- Gott·fried [got-freed; German gawt-freet] /ˈgɒt frid; German ˈgɔt frit/, 1819–90, Swiss novelist.
- Helen (Adams),1880–1968, U.S. lecturer, author, and educator: blind and deaf from infancy; educated by Annie Sullivan.
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Contemporary Examples of keller
"Iran's Hardliners, and Ours," is the title of a post on Keller's blog from earlier this week.The Myth of the American Mullah
December 14, 2013
So, Keller takes the law into his own hands by capturing Jones and torturing him in a desperate attempt to locate the girls.Hugh Jackman on ‘Prisoners,’ the Oscars, ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past,’ and More
September 16, 2013
Keller is a contractor whose construction business has sunk below water since the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008.Where’s the Faith in Fiction? Try Crime Novels
March 10, 2013
Keller is slowly finding her own path to expressing that in the 21st century.Louis Vuitton, Chanel, McQueen Cap Paris Spring 2013 Fashion Week Shows
October 3, 2012
The "post-Iraq" distinction seems to be key, and a frank admission from Keller.Former Times Editor: Live With It
September 10, 2012
Historical Examples of keller
Oh, yes, the two Taines, the detective of Dr. Keller's and the author.
“You will at once release myself and the others with me,” interrupted Keller.The Mind Master
Arthur J. Burks
Other songs referred to the arrest of Father Keller, of Youghal.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Beyond a quick glance from Keller no one took any notice of him.
"Let's teach the dog a lesson," hissed a venomous voice—that of Keller.
- Gottfried. 1819–90, Swiss novelist and short-story writer, who wrote in German: noted esp for the novel Der Grüne Heinrich (1855, rewritten 1880)
- Helen (Adams). 1880–1968, US author and lecturer. Blind and deaf from infancy, she was taught to read, write, and speak and became noted for her work for the handicapped