keep in with in a sentence
- The king needed to keep in with the great powers, but preserve his nationalist credentials.
- She was very careful to keep in with the Danish officials and their wives, as there was still a large difference in status between the Danes and the native people.
- This succession of bass reproduction however, is claimed to be not fast enough to keep in with the speed of the amt and provide the listener with issues of severe harmonic over-production.
- Also, the " El " part of his name was officially removed from his character's bios in the animated series, possibly to keep in with the show's English production on Americanizing the series.
- EP featured Douglas on only one track, he therefore set about recording additional lead guitar overdubs in the studio, though to keep in with the essence of a live release, he was only given one attempt at recording each song.
- And yes, Kwk points suggests above that we might keep in with its new title . . . but as it was under the original title that it was first released, first reviewed, and first seen as award-winning, a searchable redirect of the current name to the former, will then bring readers to an encyclopedic article where the film and its re-release can be dealt with in one place.
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