Definition of Pokals
1. pokal [n] - See also: pokal
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Literary usage of Pokals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ivory and the Elephant in Art, in Archaeology, and in Science by George Frederick Kunz (1916)
"Born in Nuremberg in 1594; died in 1666; son of Peter Lo- renz. Taught Emperor Ferdinand III in 1643 in Vienna. Made pokals: then, his special invention, ..."
2. Ivory and the Elephant in Art, in Archaeology, and in Science by George Frederick Kunz (1916)
"Made pokals; then, his special invention, the so- called counterfeit boxes (on principle of Chinese magic balls) one within the other, from a single piece ..."
3. An Art-student in Munich by Anna Mary Howitt (1854)
"... to peep into the shop-windows, which were all adorned with their most.tempting merchandise. Such gaudy vases, ewers, pokals (drinking-glasses) ..."
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