Tuesday, 6 August 2013



1. to keep in one's possession
2. to be able to hold or contain
3. (of a person) to be able to remember (information, facts, etc.) without difficulty
4. to hold in position
5. to keep for one's future use, as by paying a retainer or nominal charge
6. (law) to engage the services of (a barrister) by payment of a preliminary fee
7. (in selling races) to buy back a winner that one owns when it is auctioned after the race
8. (of racehorse trainers) to pay an advance fee to (a jockey) so as to have prior or exclusive claims upon his services throughout the season

With a little application
We hope to retain rose making skills
For later feasts

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