n.1.An Eskimo house made of material other than snow, esp. one having walls of turf, driftwood, rock, or skin, and a roof of skins of the walrus or seal. In Alaska it is often partially underground and covered with timber and turf. Topeks are also used by Indians of the lower Yukon region.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Martha Homes, Barangay Batia, Bocaue, for frustrated murder; Christopher De Leon Sayo alias "Topek", 43, married, tricycle driver, of Brgy.
He believes it was sent to the 14-man club council and that it contained the allegation that he had tried to steal pounds 500,000 from Topek Roofing Ltd before it went into receivership.
Noah, while climbing Mount Topek for his appointed discussion with God: "Oy, I ate too much!"