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TOK

TOK
 n.— «Originalmente el acrónimo TOK se tomó de la frase “Touch of Klass,” pero años más tarde tomó diferentes significados como “Taking Over Kingston” (Arrasando Kingston), o “To Klaat” (algo así como de p… madre en argot jamaicano) o cualquier significado que las creativas mentes de estos muchachos le puedan dar.» —“A ver como esta este próximo…” by Marta heroinas marvel June 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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