One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Keep a record of.
- ‘Normally the operator kept an account of the person's name and amount owed and expected payment every two to four weeks.’
- ‘Somehow he kept an account of these labyrinthine dealings, for the village court records were faultless.’
- ‘Buy a little book ruled for the purpose for pounds, shillings and pence and keep an account of cash received and expended.’
- ‘Also keeping an account of the goings on was Paddy Maher, originally from Rathleague.’
- ‘The locality collecting this amount should also have the right to spend and keep an account of such amounts.’
- ‘Chairman of the Greater Manchester Police Authority, Derek Osbaldestin, said: ‘We agreed that everyone would keep an account of the time and resources taken up dealing with the problem and how much the policing operation cost us.’’
- ‘They were also told that 10 percent must be saved, 10 percent given to charity, and they had to ‘keep an account of how we spent or saved the other 80 percent’.’
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