or K.O., k.o., kay·o
noun, plural KO's.
verb (used with object), KO'd, KO'ing.
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Origin of KO
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“There should be a statue of John Carlos in every city,” KO opined.Keith Olbermann Makes Hilarious Return to ESPN, But for How Long?|Lloyd Grove|August 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ko Young-hui died of breast cancer in exile in Paris in 2004.
Ko is portrayed speaking in the film over still images of her nurturing Kim Jong-un.
“I think it is a significant turn in U.S. policy toward Myanmar [Burma],” Thein Sein adviser Ko Ko Hlaing crowed to Reuters.Hillary Clinton in Burma: Why She's Visiting the Oppressed State|Lennox Samuels|November 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Kano's transient flowers were grown, for the most part in pots, and these his daughter Um-ko loved to tend.
Um-ko and her father were well known at the temple, and worshipped often before its golden altars.
Um-ko sat motionless against the silver fusuma, an ivory image, crowned and robed in shimmering gray.
All at once it seemed to Um-ko an unbearable thing for any spark of life to be so prisoned.
She went into her tiny chamber, and from her treasures brought out a metal mirror given her by the young wife, Uta-ko.