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Keeper of the King's conscience

the lord chancellor; - a name given when the chancellor was an ecclesiastic.

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keep one's hands off
keep one's mouth shut
keep one's nose to the grindstone
keep one's shoulder to the wheel
keep open
keep out
keep pace
keep quiet
keep step
keep tabs on
keep to oneself
keep up
Keeper
Keeper of a magnet
Keeper of the forest
Keeper of the great seal
-- Keeper of the King's conscience --
Keeper of the privy seal
Keepership
Keeping
Keeping room
Keepsake
Keesh
keeshond
Keeve
Keever
Keffe-kil
Kefir
Kefir grains
Keflex
Keflin
Keftab
Keg
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