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Keeping, 1) possession: “her mother's statue, which is in the k. of Paulina,” Wint. V, 2, 103. “never may that state or fortune fall into my k., which is not owed to you,” Tim. I, 1, 150.
2) maintenance, provision: “call you that k. for a gentleman of my birth,” As I, 1, 9.
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