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Keating

(ˈkiːtɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Paul. born 1944, Australian Labor politician; prime minister of Australia (1991–96)
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Keating, who resided twelve months on these islands, of the various seeds and other bodies which have been known to have been washed on shore.
Michael Keating, politics professor at Aberdeen University, said the new prime minister also faced challenges when it came to Brexit's impact on north of Scotland's key industries like fishing and farming.
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Keating gave a gift of music manuscripts and first and early editions of scores that formed the foundation of the collection.
Thomas Keating, a global figure in both interreligious dialogue and Christian contemplative prayer, has died at the age of 95.
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Cops attending the crash found 52 wraps of crack cocaine and 38 wraps of heroin worth a total of PS900 in two Kinder eggs in the footwells of Francie James Keating's car.