The pair admitted they didn't intentionally create their bike to mirror the iconic Swiss Army knife but the design had proved popular.
What does SAK stand for?
SAK stands for Swiss Army Knife
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We have 44 other meanings of SAK in our Acronym Attic
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- Stop All Killing (India)
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- Suomen Ammattiliittojen Keskusjarjesto (Finnish: Central Organization of Finnish Trade Unions)
- Svenska Afghanistankommittén (Swedish Committee for Afghanistan: Stockholm, Sweden)
- Sheffield Area Kidney Association (UK)
- South Atlantic Karate Association (est. 1975; Coral Springs, FL)
- Southern Arizona Koi Association
- Sumber Aneka Karya Abadi (Indonesian laboratory equipment distributor)
- Samahan ng mga Magsasaka sa Likas Kayang Pananakahan (Philippines)
- Surat Angkutan Kayu Bulat (Indonesian)
- Samahan Ng Kabataan Para Sa Bayan (political party)
- Sasakyan Ng Bayan
- Sasakyang Katutubong Bayan (Filipino car)
- Sistem Akuntansi Keuangan Daerah (Indonesian: Regional Financial Accounting System)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Michael Carroll HERE is the proof that the Romans invented the first type of Swiss Army knife - almost 2000 years ago.
4-kilogram Swiss Army knife will be included in the Guinness Book of Records for 2008--taking the title of "most functions on a penknife" with its 85 tools and some 110 uses.
He also ordered him to forfeit the Swiss Army knife but said Harrison could keep all the other items.
Karin Mueller, an employee of Swiss company Swissbit, presents a Swiss army knife with an integrated 128MB USB Memory Stick (top right) at the computer fair CeBIT in Hanover, northern Germany.