poke

(redirected from pokes)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

poke

phytolaccaamericana.
References in periodicals archive ?
Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) has filed for a handful of new trademarks for Poke, its latest app debuted last Friday to (http://www.
Steve added: "People are asking me if I'm proud and I am dead proud of him although he did poke himself in the eye
Since the world of beauty made its SuperPoke debut one week ago, over one million messages in a bottle have already been sent as users poke one another with .
The statement said that the campaign was "meant to poke fun at slices of everyday life, but this execution clearly crossed the line".
and his corporate and Capitol Hill buddies for a cornucopia of problems and ills, while his movie Bowling for Columbine takes a decidedly irreverent and occasionally outlandish poke at our idolatrous veneration of the Second Amendment.
I thinks it's an artist's job to poke fun at social issues.
But now poke is being more broadly interpreted by Hawaiians championing their own cuisine, by visiting cooks and migratory chefs, and even at a cooking contest.
And to make his point, Cape tells a story that pokes fun at his own communication abilities.
A lot of people lump God and religion together, but if anything, the show pokes fun at the silly things about religion.
These webisodes, created by ResearchPoint's agency-of-record, Door Number 3, (formerly NourzAds), are ripe with industry pokes and prods, eliciting laughs from those who have tread the CRO/pharma industry boards and have gotten splinters.
They also saw something completely unexpected: a "finger" of the helper factor protein that pokes into the enzyme's active center.
TV presenter Angus Deayton should be pushed off a pier, says the Mayor of Bognor Regis, which Deayton pokes fun at in his new show, Bognor or Bust.