American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Keller, Helen Adams 1880-1968. American memoirist and lecturer. Blind and deaf since infancy, she learned to read, write, and speak from her teacher Anne Sullivan, was graduated from Radcliffe (1904), and lectured widely on behalf of sightless people. Her books include Out of the Dark (1913).
- n. United States lecturer and writer who was blind and deaf from the age of 19 months; Anne Sullivan taught her to read and write and speak; Helen Keller graduated from college and went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people (1880-1968)
“KELLER: Leicester was '97 [Keller won the League Cup with the Foxes].”
“According to Archie Comic Publications, “Kevin Keller is the new hunk in town and Veronica just has to have him … Mayhem and hilarity ensue as Kevin desperately attempts to let Veronica down easy and her flirtations only become increasingly persistent.””
“And while Kevin Keller is hardly the first gay character in a mainstream comic, Riverdale represents something very different than the X-Men's New York or Superman's Metropolis.”
“Maria Keller is a 9-year-old girl from Minneapolis who started a a non-profit literacy organization.”
“This is a rather frustrating quirk that pops up throughout the anthology but in Keller's case the change of gear is quite noticeable as the story's power really does lie in its style as the protagonist's fragmenting mind wrestles with a loss of faith, a messiah complex, an urge to kill and a terrible sense of guilt all expressed through his terrible visions of a world gone mad.”
“But he was pushed out by rookie Dustin Keller last season.”
“Tight end: Dustin Keller possesses many of the talents of a wide receiver in a tight end's body.”
“Jets – TE Dustin Keller (Purdue): To the skepticism of some, the Jets maneuvered back into Round 1 of the 2008 draft to grab Keller, a tight end much more renowned for his hands than his blocking.”
“In Mr. Holmes's absence, Mr. Sanchez established a nice rapport with tight end Dustin Keller, who leads the team in receptions (19) and receiving yards (254), and with wide receiver Braylon Edwards (team-leading 18.9 yards per catch).”
“Matthew Modine as Captain Keller, on the other hand, was a professional turning in a professional's performance of a blustery but slightly weak-natured man who treated his grown son like a child and then wondered why they didn't get along.”
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