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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In coalmining, an inspector of underground mining.

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  • Plus, just to add to the gaiety of the week Lad got a real wallop at rugby practice last week huge bruise on cheekbone, massive keeker and two skinned and badly bruised knees, Princess went down with the lurgy of the moment and then just in time for the funeral she passed it onto her brother.

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  • “I’m sorry I won’t be there—no party this year for me, not with this great keeker.”

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  • The Women's Treatment Center of Bermuda Organizational Chart Program Manager Administrative Assistant Clinical Coordinator Addictions Addictions Relief Addictions House-keeker / Cook Volunteers Counselor Counselor Counselor Relief Addictions Addictions Addictions Counselor Counselor Counselor Trainee Trainee Trainee Relief Counselor Technician Counselor Technician Counselor Technician

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  • A black eye (Scots).

    November 27, 2007