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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.
Summary: Pune (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 22 (ANI): New Zealand's Chief of Defence Forces Lt General Timothy Keating was on a two-day visit to Pune from February 21 to 22, accompanied by his wife Brenda Keating and a seven-member delegation.
AIRSTRIKES"A lot of financing for Al-Shabaab comes from taxing economic activity in areas it controls," Mr Keating said.
WORLD WITHOUT END By Thomas Keating and Joseph Boyle with Lucette Verboven (Bloomsbury, 2017)
Her husband is the multi-millionaire singer's former chief minder Geoff Keating, 38.
President Donald Trump interviewed Frank Keating for the FBI director post Wednesday, according to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Keating as its vice president, secretary and general counsel
TAKEN IN 1969, a photograph shows the eighty-year-old Sean Keating at the launch of the RTE Regional Arts Awards for Limerick, held in the showrooms of the Tintawn carpet company in Dublin.
Keating slowed the train for a red signal west of the "I" Street Bridge and noticed a trespasser standing on the tracks ahead of him.
AnaLouise Keating recounts a similar instance: Gloria Anzaldua and Cherrfe Moraga were questioned about their decision to include a quotation by Adrienne Rich in their collection, This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color (1981).
Keating II, 64, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Jan.
Keating, Pioneer of Bicycles, Motorcycles and Automobiles