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  • An eclectic collection of 19 candidates for "preziden" has plastered the country with billboards, posters and slogans in creole like "Tranay la poko fini" The job is not done yet.

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  • October 27, 2006 at 12:27 PM esta chevere aunque deverian jugar un poko mas con la musica y ponerle toqs mas metal como otros grupos lo hacen pero 100pre originales

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  • But when he tried to break the rock with axe and poko, [63] the hard stone resisted; and the Buso's tools were blunted and spoiled.

    Philippine Folk-Tales

  • Aole! no! p. 40. ao poko, short cloud, p. 207. apapani (or apapane), a scarlet bird, p. 182. a-pe, a plant having broad leaves of an acrid taste, like kalo, but stronger. auki, the ki leaf (Dracæna terminalis), p. 119.

    Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends

  • As he turned to observe this he gazed out into the sky and noticing the gathering short clouds (_ao poko_) in the heavens, he exclaimed:

    Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends

  • All the words and system of language were wholly changed -- as for example, Poko poko wingi bongo, means "we do not understand"; Mazi, "fire"; Pi, "water"; Pe,

    The Discovery of the Source of the Nile

  • Luhya: rihondo, kimuga (gourd), kisanda (half) Luo: obudho (plant), budh-keno (fruit), poko (fruit-prepared), agwata (half) Maa: oltulet

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