from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of key.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of key.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of House of Keys, the name of the body of twenty-four representatives which constitutes the lower branch of the legislature (Court of Tynwald) of the Isle of Man.
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_The keys of the kingdom of heaven_ are committed to them, Matt.xvi. 19, and _keys_ import a stewardly power: compare Matt.xvi. 19, and xviii.
* @param Array $keys Array of values that will be used as keys.
my %hash = map $keys$_ = shift @values 0 .. $#keys;
Downloading keys is one issue, but installing the keys is a totally different matter.
One of the keys is the presence of a running game.
Why do you think she ` s so afraid of letting these executors get what somebody called the keys to the kingdom?
It's going to take a number of things, what I call the keys of success to fall into place to gain operational control.
My biggest gripe would be certain keys being switched around a little, but they're SOLID. nirvan5a
One of the keys is to have clear roles for each rounds of editing.
Following an increasingly common trend, the old F-key functions are now secondary; the primary use of these keys is to control volume and screen brightness, turn wireless on and off, and other housekeeping functions.
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