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Synonyms for keel

a projection or ridge that suggests a keel

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the median ridge on the breastbone of birds that fly

one of the main longitudinal beams (or plates) of the hull of a vessel

walk as if unable to control one's movements

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Keeling is currently the finance chief of the cake decoration division at Real Good Food.
When police arrived an officer tried in vain to save Mr Hipwood who had gone into cardiac arrest, Mr Keeling told Birmingham Crown Court.
Citing Dominic's past convictions for assault, Mr Keeling asked if that shows he has a violent temper and Dominic answered: "Everything for a reason."
This time 12 months ago, Keeling and HRI's chief executive Brian Kavanagh were embroiled in a fiasco that was of neither man's direct making but from which both emerged with their reputations bruised.
Keeling had dreamed up the game to entertain his sons, David and Donald, at their home in York Street, Walton.
Keeling, who had been to Goa in 2007 as well, had convinced her family to let her stay alone at Anjuna beach.
Prolific Michael Midwood had made a half century for the visitors when Keeling (seen pictured right) got to work with his right-arm off-spin, taking five wickets for no runs in three remarkable overs.
The Keeling Company was awarded Kasco's Irrigation Distributor of the Year as a result of their loyalty and knowledge of Kasco products, their honesty and integrity, and their large sales volume.
Keeling's main goal in this work is to link the history of the business of transportation with the swell of migration movements of the early twentieth century from Europe to the Americas.
Keeling regularly had full sex with the excluded pupil in one-to-one home tuition sessions while his parents were out, the jury heard.
Caption: 1958-present Charles Keeling began measuring C[O.sub.2] at Hawaii's Mauna Loa Observatory in 1958.
A notable exception, however, is the Keeling Curve (Figure 1).
Keeling Pilaro, who played hockey growing up in Ireland, has been told that after two years as a member of the girls' team in New York, he is now too skilled to qualify for an exemption allowing him to compete with girls next season.
19 -- A civil society movement is growing in lead up to the United Nations (UN) Summit on non-communicable diseases (NCDs), said the Chairperson of NCD Alliance Ann Keeling, who was speaking at the WHO-wide Planning Meeting for the UN High level Meeting on NCDs in Washington DC, USA.