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keech

(kiːtʃ)
n
dialect archaic a lump of fat
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These have steadily increased over the years with retail shelf space increasing for the more natural products," Keech explained.
Middleton revealed to local mother Suzanne Dow at Luton's Keech Hospice for children and adults that her boy loves getting his hands dirty while playing arts and crafts with colored noodles.
They then went on to Keech Hospice in the town, where William comforted a teenager who had lost his mum.
William was joined by wife Kate during yesterday's visit to Keech Hospice Care in Luton, Beds.
Next, The Duke and Duchess will visit Keech Hospice Care, where they will meet families, friends and volunteers.
Keesharp adaptor and bucket tooth systems increase nose strength and integrity, extending the operational life of the bucket," said Keech Australia Marketing Manager Brad Clark.
Herrington paid a $50,000 retainer to his attorney, Kevin Keech of the Keech Law Firm in Little Rock.
Keech Australia has introduced Keesharp, a bucket tooth that has been designed to get sharper with use, featuring a design providing a longer tooth life than previously seen in the market.
ON Wednesday, M AIL T ODAY had quoted ace cricketer Yuvraj Singh's father Yograj as saying that the all- rounder was going to marry Englandborn actress model Hazel Keech early next year.
Knect shot five birdies and an eagle to cushion three bogeys for a 70 and a one-shot lead over Britons Sophie Keech and Meghan MacLaren and India's Aditi Ashok.
00pm Alan Titchmarsh (below) visits Keech hospice in Luton, a place where many people with life limiting illnesses go to spend their final days.
LOVE YOUR WILD GARDEN ITV, 8pm In a one-off special, Alan Titchmarsh meets the staff and residents at Keech hospice in Luton, a place where many people with life limiting illnesses go to spend their final days.