"It were better that you held the key
, Tars Tarkas," I replied
She held the key
in her fingers, and she looked in upon them.
She had locked the door, and now held the key
in her hand, as she threw herself wearily into a chair that stood out of its place in the middle of the house floor, where in ordinary times she would never have consented to sit.
It feared nothing that moved or talked save the colonel and the regimental Roman Catholic chaplain, the fat Father Dennis, who held the keys
of heaven and hell, and blared like an angry bull when he desired to be convincing.
Police believed her friends held the key
to the mystery.
CHELSEA coach Carlo Ancelotti insists their league double over Manchester United held the key
to Chelsea's first Premier League title in four years.
The new rector also held the key
post of chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury under both Dr George Carey and Dr Rowan Williams.
In the first half they held the key
and told them we needed them to play better."
Rustin felt a joining of civil rights and labor held the key
to the future, which is why he encouraged King to come to Memphis to support a sanitation workers' strike--the scene of King's assassination.