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 v.— «Crew names are usually three letters, many times ending with “K,” which stands for “kings” or “kills” in most cases. Some crew names are just two letters, some are four, it all depends.…For example, “He’s the king of insides” would mean he’s really up on the insides.…King. The best with the most. Some people refer to different writers as kings of different areas. King of throwups, king of style, king of a certain line, etc.» —“dict” by Konstantin Danilov Usenet: fido7.mo.graffiti Jan. 10, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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