"Burn a Bush cos' for peace he no push no button," he said during an HBO Def Poetry appearance in 2007.
"No—'cos when Tochatti hates anyone she makes wax dollies end sticks pins into them," returned Cherry calmly.
But they couldn't, you know, cos the pain in my back was too bad.
The sort that give no trouble 'cos you know their orders right off and leave their twopence like clockwork, see?
"Or perhaps he is waiting for cos to come up," said another.
Keep wiv me, mate, 'cos two shells never busts in the same 'ole—and if I ain't a shell 'ole 'oo is?
He spoke in halting syllables of cos, the language of the inner planets!
An' I ver' mooch scare, cos I'm fraid de tamahnawus mad on me for kill de fox w'at yell lak de man.
"'cos why, you don't shout loud enuff," explained the bigger girl.
Venus (Aphrodite), the goddess of beauty and love; of cos, iii, 10.
measure of distance in India (about 2 miles), from Hindi kos, from Sanskrit krosah, literally "a call, a shout;" thus, "distance within which a man's shout can be heard."
Abbreviation of cosine