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Tork is a term commonly used in sports or physical activities to describe a twisting or rotating force or motion exerted on an object or body. It is typically associated with torque, which is a measure of the force that causes an object to rotate around an axis. Tork can refer to the act of applying or resisting such twisting force, as well as the resulting rotational effect.

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