Keller

[ US /ˈkɛɫɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States lecturer and writer who was blind and deaf from the age of 19 months; Anne Sullivan taught her to read and write and speak; Helen Keller graduated from college and went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people (1880-1968)
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How To Use Keller In A Sentence

  • So get on down the bierkeller, even if everyone knows the figures are next to meaningless. Times, Sunday Times
  • The most beautiful world is always entered through imagination. Helen Keller 
  • Robert Keller suggests that Holmes did indeed meet his death at the falls, but came back for subsequent adventures as ‘the world's first consulting ghost’.
  • This week we finish the story of a writer and educator Helen Keller.
  • Channing Crowder, hands-down winner of this week's chowderhead award for confusing Anne Frank and Helen Keller in a fit of pique, has struggled with history and geography before. Channing Crowder hears from Le'Ron McClain over spitting allegation
  • This effort complements that of Keller's Oklahoma Geological Survey colleagues, whose work focuses on the intraplate region around Oklahoma. innovations-report
  • Kamikaze died of distemper at a young age, and in 1939 Keller received one of his older brothers as a replacement.
  • Thomas Keller, the chef at the French Laundry, in Napa Valley, says that sous vide is not a mingy time - and labor-saver; it’s a tool that gives chefs another worthy kitchen tool. Out of the Frying Pan
  • How could you kiss chris keller and then think that chris was nathan?
  • The aspirins could well be needed next Wednesday morning after a night celebrating another famous Reds win in the Cologne bierkellers.
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