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Keech — “Goodwife,” 2 HENRY IV., ii. 1. 90 ; “such a keech,” HENRY VIII., i. 1. 55. “A keech of tallow is the fat of an ox or cow rolled up by the butcher in a round lump, in order to be carried to the chandler” (PERCY) .

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