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keys

symbolic of St. Peter’s spiritual authority. [Christian Symbolism: N.T.: Matthew 16:19]
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I will do anything else I can to comfort you; but I will not touch your keys or your money.
Two of the keys entered the lock, and one of them turned round once, but not the second time.
In that interval she had searched the sheds from first to last, and had found five more keys.
where the treadmills are, for women), the gates of which are very strong and heavy, and no doubt the keys too.
Or whether Stony stood for Stephen;' clinking with a change of keys.
If I send you down Miss Verinder's keys," she said to him, "I presume I shall have done all you want of me for the present?
The keys of your cabinet, desk, drawers, and whatever else you possess,' said he, rising and holding out his hand.
A kind act," replied the Ostrich, "is its own reward; I have eaten the keys.
And I pressed the key, and pulled at the gate, and exerted myself.
Baisemeaux bowed his head, took the keys, and unaccompanied, except by the minister, ascended the staircase.
And what do you suppose this mysterious key unlocks?
I thought he might have the keys on him, but when I went to search I saw the dead eyes, and in them dead though they were, such a look of hate, though unconscious of me or my presence, that I fled from the place, and leaving the Count's room by the window, crawled again up the castle wall.