Keepers [noun]

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Tatham says, "Even the tavern keepers were compelled to exchange a dinner for a few pounds of tobacco."

At long last one of the keepers at the entrance to the small cages begins to shout very loudly.

The hotel-keepers thought I was the American tourist overtaken by that final madness they had always anticipated.

But many girls who are in the best society earn their living: typewriters, clerks, book-keepers, and the like.

And the general took Saraias the chief priest, and Sophonias the second priest, and the three keepers of the entry.

If we go to the book-stall keepers we shall certainly find that he is dead, or has set his house on fire, or run away.

Keepers of lodging and boarding houses are not innkeepers, nor subject to their liabilities.

And you have not kept the ordinances of my sanctuary: but you have set keepers of my charge in my sanctuary for yourselves.

Observe that the best of these night thieves are on perfectly friendly terms with the keepers.

He was a favourite with the keepers of pot-houses, and had enlisted a strong body of porters and chairmen.