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(James) Keir (kɪə). 1856–1915, British Labour leader and politician, born in Scotland; the first parliamentary leader of the Labour Party
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  • Mr. hardie went home hugging his five hundred pounds, but very uneasy.

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  • But Mr. hardie's main business was in deposits bearing no interest.

  • Mr. hardie was old, too, and the cautious and steady habits of forty years were not to be shaken readily.

  • hardie junior sent back all the proposals with a polite negative.

  • At this latter place he found hardie and Talboys both courting Lucy; this drove him mad, and in his fury he popped.

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  • I am sorry for Mr. hardie, but the engagement remains in full force.

  • Mr. hardie rose hurriedly and put on his hat, and accompanied him, half confused.

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  • "I am happy to find that my duty is on the side of my inclination," said Mr. hardie.

  • At this hardie senior took up the newspaper with imperturbable coldness, and wore a slight curl of the lip.

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  • He would only be a foil to Mr. hardie, and perhaps bring him on faster.

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