Renaissance for LEADERS

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glossary

Keep

1. To retain possession of. 2. To have a supply. 3. To cause to continue in a state, condition, or course of action. 4. To adhere or conform to; follow. 5. To be faithful to; fulfill: keep one’s word. 6. To celebrate; observe. 7. To maintain records or entries, enter data, detain, restrain, prevent, deter, refrain from indulging, save; reserve.

Kept

1. Something that a person does not want anyone to know about; something a person must not tell another. 2. An antisocial, embarrassing, or “must not be experienced” act that an individual keeps to himself. 3. Financially supported by another, esp. in exchange for sexual services.

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