Pocky

The original was followed by almond coatings in 1971, and strawberry coatings in 1977. Today, the product line includes variations as milk, mousse, green tea, honey, banana, cookies and cream, and coconut flavored coatings, and themed products such as `Decorer Pocky,` with colorful decorative stripes in the coating, and `Men`s Pocky,` a dark ...
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Pocky

• (superl.) Full of pocks; affected with smallpox or other eruptive disease.
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Pocky

Pock'y adjective [ Compar. Pockier ; superl. Pockiest .] Full of pocks; affected with smallpox or other eruptive disease. Bp. Hall.
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Pocky

A popular brand of Japanese snacks which consist of thin biscuit sticks that have been dipped into chocolate or a variety of flavoured mousses. Pocky is named after the noise the sticks make when they break, it has become very popular amongst anime and manga fans in the UK and several companies have started to import it. In Japan there are severa...
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pocky

Pocky is one of the key players in the competitive world of Japanese snacks. Pocky Sticks are long, skinny wheat crackers dipped in various flavored toppings, including chocolate (a stick is pictured below), strawberry, milk/tea swirl, cinnamon, almond crunch, and others, including such exotic varieties as melon. It has also gone international, ......
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