KEEPS


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KEEPSKronos Early Estrogen Prevention Study
KEEPSKanaka Education and Environmental Partnership Society (est. 1998; Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada)
KEEPSKentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (University of Louisville)
KEEPSKodak Ektaprint Electronic Publishing System
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For once it was dead, game did not keep well in that hot climate, and needed to be cooked almost immediately.
He said I was his darling and his comfort and all he had, and that I must take care of myself for his sake, and keep well.
Could I keep the feeling that now possesses me, the garden would every day be virgin soil, with the earth's first freshness in the flavor of its beans and squashes; and the house
But, as thoughts are frozen and utterance benumbed, unless the speaker stand in some true relation with his audience, it may be pardonable to imagine that a friend, a kind and apprehensive, though not the closest friend, is listening to our talk; and then, a native reserve being thawed by this genial consciousness, we may prate of the circumstances that lie around us, and even of ourself, but still keep the inmost Me behind its veil.
Indeed, it behooved him to keep on good terms with his pupils.
Stammering out something, I knew not what, I rolled away from him against the wall, and then conjured him, whoever or whatever he might be, to keep quiet, and let me get up and light the lamp again.
Like venerable moss-bearded Daniel Boone, he will have no one near him but Nature herself; and her he takes to wife in the wilderness of waters, and the best of wives she is, though she keeps so many moody secrets.
His speech leaves them all so tearful that one of the guests, Jokubas Szedvilas, who keeps a delicatessen store on Halsted Street, and is fat and hearty, is moved to rise and say that things may not be as bad as that, and then to go on and make a little speech of his own, in which he showers congratulations and prophecies of happiness upon the bride and groom, proceeding to particulars which greatly delight the young men, but which cause Ona to blush more furiously than ever.
Here, I've got a thin old knife, I keeps sharp a purpose.
Reform keeps many scores of newspapers in its service, but not one man.
But the Ho^tel de Ville's old excellent reputation still keeps its dreary rooms crowded with travelers who would be elsewhere if they had only some wise friend to warn them.
No--nothing, except he seems so scary, and keeps his doors locked night and day both, and when you knock he won't let you in till he opens the door a crack and sees who it is.