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  • verb Present participle of key.

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Examples

  • It's what he calls a keying: we automatically apply the lessons of real-life experiences to artificial ones.

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  • It's what he calls a keying: we automatically apply the lessons of real-life experiences to artificial ones.

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  • Clark, the nation's third-leading scorer, had seven points in keying a decisive 12-0 run that put the Peacocks up 21-9 with 11: 07 left in the first half.

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  • Oakland Tribune publisher MediaNews, but many consumers are turned off by the idea of keying in their credit card number for a few dollars every time they want to read an old story.

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  • One important type of response is the "keying" of the memories of recent events by relating them to earlier and better known stories and traditions pp.210-211.

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  • One important type of response is the "keying" of the memories of recent events by relating them to earlier and better known stories and traditions pp.210-211.

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  • And to the person talking about the "keying" what are you talking about?

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  • I recently read about "keying" pieces that is, running a guide line of sewing just inside the seam allowance on both halves before you assemble things and I'm going to give that a try next time.

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  • I felt as I had felt when the battalion first marched from Aire towards the firing-line, a kind of keying-up and wild expectation.

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  • I felt as I had felt when the battalion first marched from Aire towards the firing-line, a kind of keying-up and wild expectation.

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