- Place name in Scotland, probably from a Celtic word meaning "wood", or a forest. (Wiktionary)
“CARSON (turning to the thoroughly nettled KEITH): Now, Keith, and this is very important, are you a rationalist?”
“We were always hearing stories, and most of them, sooner or later, included the name Keith Sutter.”
“We put the word out, carefully, to what few pockets of experienced resistance were left—people with the right skills and beliefs, the right temperament—and the name Keith Sutter came back, again and again.”
“Floyd explains that his late wife had liked the name Keith and modified it for his daughter.”
“Vapor lock is the term Keith used in his excellent diary of the 1985 season,”
“I'll give these collective abusers the name Keith, because so many blokes called Keith seem to talk from their hole.”
“However, Keith is kinda right I think, in that whenever a figure of authority speaks even in their own name, theif affiliation is never far away.”
“In this context, what I'm puzzled about Keith, is your accusation of "dragging the word 'NASA' into the discussion every time".”
“Not sure if Keith is averse to long posts, but here is a summary of the non-surface, orbital-oriented exploration strategy described earlier.”
“BTW, while Keith is away on his adventure of a lifetime, I'll be posting occasional comments.”
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