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Used to express assent, agreement, or acceptance. Recorded from the mid 19th century (originally US), it is probably an abbreviation of orl korrect, humorous form of all correct, popularized as a slogan during President Martin Van Buren's re-election campaign of 1840 in the US; his nickname Old Kinderhook (derived from his birthplace) provided the initials.


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