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KEYKeep Educating Yourself (Delta Chi Fraternity Inc.)
KEYKnowledge Empowers You
KEYKiwanis Educating Youth (Kiwanis youth organization)
KEYKidney Education and You (DaVita)
KEYKnowledge of the Environment for Youth (Canada)
KEYKeep Extending Yourself
KEYKokomo Enrichment of Youth
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I judged he would be blind drunk in about an hour, and then I would steal the key, or saw myself out, one or t'other.
You showed me where the key was yesterday," she said.
Overcoming a strong repugnance, I tore open his shirt at the neck, and there, sure enough, hanging to a bit of tarry string, which I cut with his own gully, we found the key.
When the sound of their footsteps had died away, Dorian locked the door and put the key in his pocket.
There seemed to be no use in waiting by the little door, so she went back to the table, half hoping she might find another key on it, or at any rate a book of rules for shutting people up like telescopes: this time she found a little bottle on it, (`which certainly was not here before,' said Alice,) and round the neck of the bottle was a paper label, with the words `DRINK ME' beautifully printed on it in large letters.
I looked for the key, but it was not in the lock, and I could not find it anywhere.
Everything appeared as usual -- the precious secretary in its place, and the key in the secretary.
Take this key, and keep it safe until myself, or some other Royal Governor, shall demand it of you.
Twelve o'clock arrived; the bell rang for a suspension of labour; the workpeople went off to their dinners; Steighton, too, departed, desiring me to lock the counting-house door, and take the key with me.
Rushworth wished he had brought the key; he had been very near thinking whether he should not bring the key; he was determined he would never come without the key again; but still this did not remove the present evil.
While engaged in this manner in conversation, they had returned to the governor's apartments; Baisemeaux took from the cupboard a private register, like the one he had already shown Aramis, but fastened by a lock, the key which opened it being one of a small bunch of keys which Baisemeaux always carried with him.
Tulkinghorn takes a small key from his pocket, unlocks a drawer in which there is another key, which unlocks a chest in which there is another, and so comes to the cellar-key, with which he prepares to descend to the regions of old wine.