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I'm so glad the old pokey bonnets are gone but o' fashion—the round ones are much more becoming to young people.
She must be a stiff, pokey sort of a person, and I am sure it will be pleasanter without her.
AND SO THEY WERE MARRIEDFLORENCE MORSE KINGSLEY
I've got a hunch that if you don't, we go to the pokey and Uncle Peter will be left free to blow up everybody in town.
I see myself living in a shabby house in a horrid pokey street, with two dirty little maids, and I could almost scream.
THE BISHOP'S APRONW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Here is the poorer Italian colony; organ-grinders, ice-cream-barrow-men, "hokey-pokey" sellers, and their like.
We compromised on Pokey's Malt Shop at the corner and finally settled with a sigh of relief in a booth way at the back.
TILLIEROGER PHILLIPS GRAHAM
They both laughed, feeling like mischievous children who had played a successful trick on the hokey-pokey man.
Next moment I was aboard and stuffed away in the little pokey rat-hole of a cabin amidships.
Hokey Pokey stepped lightly forward, and dropped the round loaf down the great red throat.
These pokey people are very obliging; they insisted I should lodge with them until my affairs were settled.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE

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