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Tok, AK -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Alaska
Population (2000): 1393
Housing Units (2000): 748
Land area (2000): 132.279079 sq. miles (342.601228 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 132.279079 sq. miles (342.601228 sq. km)
FIPS code: 77800
Located within: Alaska (AK), FIPS 02
Location: 63.324161 N, 143.018028 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Tok, AK

Tök is a village in Pest county, Hungary.

Usage examples of "tok".

High pitched and fiendish, they penetrated the shells of Madri and of Byzant, of Ning and Tok and Nyork, and curdled the brains of the Aristos and Doctils and Plebos that dwelt there.

Tok mumbled something as she neared, but his voice could not break the spell.

As a member of the ruling household, and the Rov Shoma to the Tok Rok, you have access to both at your disposal.

And now that the TFE has become so strong, and I have the Tok Rok, the Toka Rok, and the Rov Shoma, my power has become immense.

He seemed not much more than a boy, for there was no gift or scourge of mage-power in him, and he had never been anywhere but Iffish, Tok, and Holp, and his life was easy and untroubled.

In Iffish they say it was Estarriol who sailed that boat, but in Tok they say it was two fishermen blown by a storm far out on the Open Sea, and in Holp the tale is of a Holpish fisherman, and tells that he could not move his boat from the unseen sands it grounded on, and so wanders there yet.

Ah Tok grunted disapprovingly, shut it firmly, told the other two to hurry up with his bed bath, and handed him the tea.

She toked big H and maryjane, was rumored to have financed her way through music school by pulling gang bangs, and played it hardcase during her two-year jolt at Tehachapi.

  Asoora & Madam Gadfyum tok a lot & do lotsa studyin & thers anuthir Madam Gadfyum whot livs in thi fass-towrs branes & is helpin Asoora tok wif thi kaos.