from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A key-bed.


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  • An excellent key-seat rule can be made by filing out two right-angled pieces, as shown in Fig. 49, which can be attached to the ordinary six-inch metal rule, and this will enable you to scribe the line accurately for the key-way on the shaft.

    Practical Mechanics for Boys

  • He runs a "team within a team" at CCHQ, led by his loyal aides Stephen Gilbert and Gavin Barwell, supervising the performance of key-seat candidates and controlling their grants accordingly.

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