1 Twenty Eight,' said a gentleman in spectacles, who had not yet spoken, 'you complained last week, my good fellow, of the cocoa.
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2 Now, Watson, there is cocoa ready in the next room.
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3 Nasty Roche and Saurin drank cocoa that their people sent them in tins.
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4 Pavel Petrovitch sipped his cocoa; suddenly he raised his head.
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5 Their provisions were consumed; they fed a whole month upon wild fruits, and found themselves at last near a little river bordered with cocoa trees, which sustained their lives and their hopes.