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Keeler

[kee-ler] /ˈki lər/
noun
1.
William H ("Wee Willy") 1872–1923, U.S. baseball player.
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  • But Mr. Keeler did neither, nor did Captain Snow ask a question.

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  • Al, Labe—Mr. Keeler here—will start you in larnin' to bookkeep.

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  • Albert soon discovered that Mr. Keeler's feeling for her was equally strong.

    The Portygee Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Even Mr. Keeler congratulated him at the office next morning.

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  • Albert smiled, but it astonished him to find that Mr. Keeler knew what a sonnet was.

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  • Albert felt a hand on his arm and heard Mr. Keeler's voice at his ear.

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  • When they reached the office, the captain spoke to Mr. Keeler.

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  • Mr. Keeler turned it up, making a trembly job of the turning.

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