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keep a

/one's weather eye open
To keep watch; stay alert.
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References in classic literature ?
The greatest American hotels keep a number of clerks and a cashier, and pay them salaries which mount up to a considerable total in the course of a year.
Yes, what was true eight hundred years ago, is just as true today: "Few there be that can keep a hotel.
If you wish to inflict a heartless and malignant punishment upon a young person, pledge him to keep a journal a year.
you's got to keep a pleasant face, when I speak to ye,--d'ye hear?
Of course we'll have to stay in the cabin," she said to Uncle Henry and the other passengers, "and keep as quiet as possible until the storm is over.
As long as you travel with us, keep as near me as you can.
We keep a sharp eye on advancing technology, the market and economy to remain at the cutting edge," Dugow says, explaining that he is also clear on his firm's message, its specialties and its target clients.