Ten minutes later they were at Stoke Poges and had started their first round of Obstacle Golf.
The loud speaker in the tower of the Stoke Poges Club House began, in a more than human tenor, to announce the closing of the courses.
And flying back in the evening from Stoke Poges.
There are no more uses of "stoke" in the book.
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Joshua Davis -- Spare Parts
The commandant makes a speech about virtue and family and the emblematic fire that Schulpforta boys carry everywhere they go, a bowl of pure flame to stoke the nation's hearths, fuhrer this and fuhrer that, his words crashing into Werner's ears in a familiar battery, one of the most daring boys muttering afterward, "Oh, I've got a hot bowl of something in my core."