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What does MOK stand for?

MOK stands for Mull of Kintyre (region; UK)

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Ah, the Mull of Kintyre - oh mist rolling in from the sea, my desire is always to be here, Oh Mull of Kintyre.
SIR Paul McCartney has sacked two members of staff with 55 years of service between them on his estate in the Mull of Kintyre.
1977 Wings - Mull Of Kintyre SIR Paul McCartney chose Mull of Kintyre for his second encore at the ECHO arena this week - complete with a full Scottish pipe band.
Follow in St Columba's footprints to the dramatic Mull of Kintyre before returning along the narrower B842 overlooking Arran.
The former Beatle, who owns a farm on Kintyre - and immortalised the area with hit Mull of Kintyre - last played north of the border at Glasgow Apollo in 1979 with Wings.
DEFENCE Secretary Des Browne has agreed to look at a new report into the crash of an RAF Chinook helicopter on the Mull of Kintyre 13 years ago, the Ministry of Defence said today.