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keep to live, to dwell: “In what place of the field doth Calchas keep?” TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, iv. 5. 278 ; “where they keep,” HAMLET, ii. 1. 8 ; “where earth-delving conies keep,” VENUS AND ADONIS, 687 ; “Where youth, and cost, and witless bravery keeps,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, i. 3. 10 ; “as an outlaw in a castle keeps,” 1 HENRY VI., iii. 1. 47 ; “where, they say, he keeps,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, v. 2. 5 ; “this habitation, where thou keep'st,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, iii. 1. 10 ; “That ever kept with men,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iii. 3. 19 ; “where the madcap duke his uncle kept,” 1 HENRY IV., i. 3. 244.

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