kelter kelter  /ˈkɛl tər/


  • (n) in working order


  • Were it not for such research, posterity might never know that once upon a timeback in 1957an Englishman could throw away ket, kelter, ketment, rommit, rammill and muckand .


  • Muriel K. Long

    Muriel K. Long, 92, passed away peacefully Thursday, August 1, 2013, five days before her 93rd birthday. Born August 6, 1920 in Houston, Texas, to James L. and Sarah (Bidwell) Kelter. Muriel and husband, Lee, moved from Houston to Garland, Texas during WWII. They both worked at Southern Aircraft during the war. She also worked as ... Read More
    on August 20, 2013     Source: The Medina County Gazette

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untenable untenable
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