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Oolanga was dimly conscious that he was being flouted; but his anger was no less keen because of the measure of his ignorance.
From all his occupations he had gathered amusing anecdotes, which he told with a keen pleasure in his own powers of entertainment.
While he waited among the branches and foliage of a near-by tree he searched the village constantly with his keen eyes, and twice he circled it, sniffing the vagrant breezes which puffed erratically from first one point of the compass and then another.
Keens customer relationships are the result of decades of continuous service, with a median relationship length of more than 23 years for the top OEM customers.
The Keens issue an "invitation to a journey" using their own reflections, some painful, some humorous, some tender, but all meaningful, as a "map to explore those key memories and stories that define your relationships.
Originally from Middlesbrough, the Keens now live in Bournemouth.
The Keens also ran two popular youth clubs in Shirley - The Annexe and Green Lane.
The strawberry may have been around since 200 BC, lovingly tended by sweet-toothed Romans, but it was the skills of market gardener Michael Keens that kick-started the popular love affair with the luscious berry - a member of the rose family.
ART dealer David Keens is selling seedy sex holidays from his posh country shop, The People can reveal.
The Keens, of East Boldre, Hants, were found guilty by Lyndhurst JPs of provoking violence.
We invite you to put on your KEENs, get outside and reclaim play.