He poked a stick into the hole; He poked her in the ribs with his elbow.
From the, hansard archive, he pokes fun at that; be does not think there can be such a thing.
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I wonder how much of that is due to people poking their fingers in the wrong holes.
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I suggest that if he pokes his nose any further into this he will get it punched by local authorities.
To (cause to) protrude or project.