keep with

keep something with someone

to leave something in the care of someone. Can I keep my bicycle with you while I am gone? I can keep your bicycle with me.
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This means users can share the lists they create on Google Keep with family and friends, so they can access and work on them simultaneously.
From my experience, education, training and/or study, I know it to be quite common for those involved in the illegal trafficking/furnishing of scheduled drugs to possess, maintain and keep with them, near them, and/or in their residences business records and journals relating to the trafficking and/or furnishing of scheduled drugs.
Finally, with regard to sums of money in the possession of drug traffickers, Agent Dumas stated that in his experience it was common for those involved in the illegal trafficking/furnishing of scheduled drugs to possess and keep with them, near them, and/or at their residences, sums of money.