Coke may refer to:
- Coca-Cola, a soft drink originally based on coca leaf extract
- The Coca-Cola Company, makers of this drink
- Cola, any soft drink similar to Coca-Cola
- Soft drink, any non-alcoholic carbonated beverage.
- Slang or street name for cocaine.
- Coke (fuel), a solid carbonaceous residue derived from destructive distillation of coal
- Petroleum coke, a solid, carbon-rich residue derived from distillation of crude oil
- Coke County, Texas, a county in central Texas, United States
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... Sir Edward Coke, 1st Baronet (died 1669) Sir Robert Coke, 2nd Baronet (1645-1688) Sir Edward Coke, 3rd Baronet (1648-1727) ...
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... The Baronetcy of Coke of Longford, Derbyshire was created in the Baronetage of England on 30 December 1641 for Edward Coke ... He was the grandson of Sir Edward Coke, Lord Chief Justice ... Coke served as High Sheriff of Derbyshire in 1646 ...
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Famous quotes containing the word coke:
“Our life without love is coke and ashes.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Name me, if you can, a better feeling than the one you get when youve half a bottle of Chivas in the bag with a gram of coke up your nose and a teenage lovely pulling off her tube top in the next seat over while youre doing a hundred miles an hour in a suburban side street.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)
“One of the oddest episodes I remember was an occasion in which [Clarence] Thomas was drinking a Coke in his office, he got up from the table, at which we were working, went over to his desk to get the Coke, looked at the can and asked, Who has put pubic hair on my coke?”
—Anita Hill (b. 1956)