Keith


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Keith

(kēth),
Sir Arthur, Scottish anatomist, 1866-1955. See: Keith bundle, Keith node, Keith and Flack node.
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'Very well,' said Martin, sternly; 'I shall go and warn Miss Keith.'
I had read Miss Keith the whole of the latter and much of the former before the chauffeur announced that it was once more possible--'
'Elsa?' said Mrs Keith in answer to Martin's question.
Martin, on the way to his room, met Mrs Keith on the stairs.
Tom,' she said, as Mr Keith came up, 'I'm so worried about Elsa.
In the luckless and unsupported regiment which made that rash attempt at the Black River there was a certain Captain Keith, who was at that time engaged to St.
Some twenty years afterwards this man, then Lieutenant-Colonel Keith, published a sort of autobiography called `A British Officer in Burmah and Brazil.' In the place where the reader looks eagerly for some account of the mystery of St.
A large frozen moon like a lustrous snowball began to show through the tangle of twigs in front of them, and by its light the narrator had been able to refresh his memory of Captain Keith's text from a scrap of printed paper.
I cannot resist saying that few finer sights can have been seen in history than the last stand of this extraordinary regiment; wounded officers picking up the rifles of dead soldiers, and the general himself facing us on horseback bareheaded and with a broken sword.' On what happened to the general afterwards Olivier is as silent as Captain Keith."
Have ye ever heard of the wooing of Sir Keith, the stout young Cornish knight, in good King Arthur's time?"
Admiral Keith told him: "We can't spare you either as Captain or Admiral." Earl St.
"Davy Keith," she said, "go straight to your bed and don't let me catch you out of it again tonight!