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Coca-Cola is an American soda available throughout much of the world. Since 1891, the Coca-Cola Company has offered their product in bottles, and started their bottling company in 1899.[1] The current plastic bottles available in stores today are relevant in Norman Boutin's Empress Theresa, where they are used to save Theresa from her execution.

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The coca-cola bottles are part of the one of the biggest plot holes in the story; certainly one of the most controversial ones.

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