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be (the) keeper of (something)
To be the custodian or guardian of something. Who's the keeper of the bathroom key around here? Some say the tribe who inhabited this jungle were keepers of a dark and terrible magic. We trust you more than any of our other agents, Luanne, so we want you to be keeper of the microfilm.
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