1. a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
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How To Use Kotoko In A Sentence

  • There is a reason for that tokotoko—it's not just for showmanship, but it is to safeguard them.
  • It would become clear that the sausages were in fact ginormous stylized tokotoko rendered in sandwiched sheets of laser-cut cardboard and stained with red ink.
  • He will receive his hard-carved tokotoko during his stay in Hawke's Bay.
  • He stood alone atop the multi-tiered tomb, in his hand a tokotoko—a chiefly sign that only he had final say over burial protocol.
  • Your tokotoko must not get away from you, because once that points to the cloud, you'll drop it.
  • Kotoko-Faisal Feud Jeopardizes Illiasu's move Arsenal could be deterred from signing Ghana defender Shila Illiasu by a dispute over the player's registration.
  • She held a Maori tokotoko while addressing the audience to stress that she was speaking on behalf of a collective strength of 30 million educators.
  • The treasures include a waka of unknown origin, a tokotoko, a carved canoe prow, and a funeral cloak, all associated with Maori leaders.
  • You never point your tokotoko at a person, because you are belittling them.
  • A kaumatua thumped his ornately carved tokotoko on the chapel floor and demanded to know why it was taking so long for the church to recognize her virtues.
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