Kojak


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Kojak

(ˈkodʒæk)
n. a police officer. (From the television character of the same name.) Ask Kojak in for a cup of coffee.
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It's the stuff of dreams and it's all been cruelly snatched away by an influential Kojak fan.
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Actor, famous for playing Kojak, whose films include The Dirty Dozen.
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