The box on a door jamb into which the bolt of a lock protrudes, when shot.
These are little tapered half-round parts which lock onto the valve stem by the grooves. The outer diameter of the keeper is tapered. This in turn locks into the retainer which holds the valve spring in place.
The protruding, hook-shaped part of a casement window lock, which is mounted on the inside surface of the sash stile.
the protruding, hookshaped part of the window lock, which is mounted on the inside surface of the sash stile
A ring, strap, clamp, or any device for holding an object in place;
A loop near the buckle of a strap to receive the end of the strap.
A means of holding straps or cords, such as gun slings, together with a loop or clip made of leather, metal or plastic.
a loop of thin wire built into the shaft of the fly rod (near the grip) the fly can be attached while still connected to the tippet and line. This allows the fly fisher freedom to walk and climb without concern about hooking trees, grass or himself.
An iron bar that is placed on the poles of a horseshoe magnet, and held in place there by the magnetic force, to preserve the strength of the magnet when not in use.
a ferrous piece of metal that will keep the magnetic field intact while the armature is out
a high permeability material, typically mild steel, which is installed on a magnet or magnetic assembly to reduce the reluctance of the magnetic circuit
a piece (or pieces) of soft iron that is placed on or between the pole faces of a permanent magnet to decrease the reluctance of the air gap and thereby reduce the flux leakage from the magnet
One who, or that which, keeps; one who, or that which, holds or has possession of anything.
Anything perishable that remains in good condition longer than usual.
an extremely deep, violent hole that can keep and hold a boat or swimmer for a dangerously long period of time
1] A vehicle that is worth keeping because it will be worth more in the future.  A device which holds something in place. See valve keeper.  A person who uses or stores a vehicle whether he is the owner of it or not. See registered keeper
An abbreviation, See Goalkeeper.
a fan who "keeps" personal items of his/her/it's favourite character
a person who "keeps" something that belongs to a character
The Keeper is a fictional character in Marvel's original Transformers comics.
one who saves from harm; a defender; a preserver.
A custodian installed in a place of business by a levying officer under an execution or attachment, for the purpose of realizing payment from the defendant (debtor) either voluntarily or by a legal (forced) sale of the assets.
A court appointed officer, directed to the defendant's place of business for the purpose of seizing the debtor's assets to satisfy a judgment.
a judgment enforcement procedure in which the levying officer takes over the operation of the judgment debtor's business for a limited duration to obtain cash and credit card receipts for payment to the judgment creditor.
Individual who takes care of the operation of the light in a lighthouse along with it's maintenance. (The head keeper is responsible for the operation of a light station.)
a man who supports you in all of your decisions, a man who uplifts you when you are down, a man who will help you to achieve your dreams, a man who takes care of all his responsibilities as the man of the house
The person who takes care of the light in the lighthouse. (The head keeper is responsible for the operation of a light station.)
The person in charge of maintaining the light station and attending the light source and the optic.
One who retains in custody; one who has the care of a prison and the charge of prisoners.
One who has the care, custody, or superintendence of anything; as, the keeper of a park, a pound, of sheep, of a gate, etc.; the keeper of attached property;
Usually an officer appointed by the court to maintain custody of money or property legally seized in connection with a pending case.
a full-time ombudsman whose responsibility is to be a public advocate for a given body of water
a full-time privately funded, non-governmental ombudsperson whose special responsibility is to be the public advocate for regional waters
a person responsible for cattle
Quidditch player guards the hoops
the Quidditch player who guarded the goal posts (QA; SS9, 11; OP13; HBP11)
See goal keeper.