Definitions

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  • proper n. A surname.

Etymologies

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Contraction of McAdie and related names, anglicisations of Scottish Gaelic surnames from a diminutive form of Adam.

Examples

  • a trail Heine Schultz let his team tag Keddie's and walked ahead with a lantern to guide the lead skinner.

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  • Joseph, A.E., and P.D. Keddie 1981, “Diffusion of Grain Corn Production through Southern Ontario, 1946-1971,” Canadian Geographer, 25:333-349.

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  • At 4:05 PM on November 1, 1909 the rails were joined at Mile Post 280.51 on the steel bridge across Spanish Creek near Keddie.

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  • Kazemzadeh is evidently pained that Keddie describes the militant political activism and egalitarianism of some of the Bab's early followers.

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  • An ambiguous sentence leaves the reader with the impression that Keddie is using "simple-minded Marxism at its lowest intellectual level."

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  • Keddie clamped his brake and stopped his eight, eying the stranger curiously.

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  • Al -- Heine and Keddie each are driving sixteen, with trailers.

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  • Keddie, like Heine Schultz and Tom Gulick, had been on the railroad grade with Pickhandle Modock when Jo was a little girl.

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  • He signaled Keddie to stop, and the outfit came to a halt.

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  • From Oregon now came "Blink" Keddie, who had driven teams for

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