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KO

and kayo (ˈkeˈo)
1. n. a knockout. (The abbreviation is an initialism. Boxing.) It was a quick KO, and Wilbur was the new champ.
2. tv. to knock someone out. (see also KOed. Boxing.) Wilbur planned to KO Wallace in the third round.

KOed

(ˈkeˈod)
1. mod. knocked out. (Initialism. Originally from boxing.) Wilbur was KOed and got a cut over his eye.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (Initialism.) Both guys were KOed and spent the night.
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Ko's poems will also be removed from school textbooks, according to the Ministry of Education.
"One citizen questioned what the city would do with the room when Ko's symbolic significance has been tarnished," one city government official said.
The city was planning a forum in April with the poet and a French scholar studying Ko's works.
However, many remain concerned and skeptical of Ko's stance on China and cross-strait relations.
Ko's comments suggests these have been withheld by the ministry.
Ko's violation of medical ethics in his thesis are listed below:
Ko's NBHD team updated me suggesting that Pavulon has replaced Phentolamine, and that the incision for ECMO tubes were started before a patients' heart-beat would stop.
As for the latest claims about Ko's role in the organ transplants mentioned in the Butterfly Orchid Cultural Creativity, the mayor's office has yet to release an official comment.
Mayor Ko's trip will span the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, and Turkey.