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  • v. Present participle of eep.

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Examples

  • And even if they don't steal one of your team's best players, they're liable to drive up the cost of k eeping him — in some cases so much that teams have to round out their rosters with leftover parts.

    When the Yankees Lose, So Do You

  • And eeping people poor and uneducated permits good olds to reign on and on.

    Portland gangster hit in broad daylight (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • It all gets back to boundary maintenance a mechanism to prevent ideas from eeping across porous cultural boundaries - in effect boundary maintenance mechanisms serve to separate culture groups and provide a rigid, well defined marker between "us" and "them" and Dr. Colling strayed too far across the boundary.

    Are the Critics of Evolution Just Maintaining Cultural Boundaries?

  • S. O'BRIEN: S.eeping changes are in store for NAS., as the space agency tries to improve safety and fulfill the president's vision for exploring the moon and Mars.

    CNN Transcript Jun 25, 2004

  • BLITZER: General Joulwan, you are familiar with peace-eeping forces, you had one in the Balkans.

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2002

  • Keeping in Touch eeping in touch while on the road has never been easier.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • S.eeping outside, across the U.S. Detroit; Los Angeles; Nashville, Tenn.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • S.eeping it under the rug is a DIRECT INDICATOR what kind of morals and work ethic she has and sheds a great doubt on her ability to perform as a U.S. S.nator.

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  • And theyre quieta bit cheaper eeping close to the $200 mark for the 1Tb version rob thompson 01.25.09 at 10: 05 am

    The Gadgeteer

  • Are "Idol" voters doing this kid a disservice by k, eeping him in the competition this long?

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