SQL Server Select Query to exclude records based on values from lookup file.

This should be a pretty easy one.  I just need a SQL Select query that will exclude records based on a value from a look up exclusion file.    There are two files; the primary file called addresses and the lookup file called "Keywords" which contains one column called keywordvalue.  If the OWNER column from the "Addresses" file contains a value from the  keyword file it needs to be removed.  Ideally, I would like the removed records to be put into a separate file but I am not sure if that is possible.  

Addresses File:                                     Keyword File:
    Address                                             KeywordValue
    City      
    State
    Zip
    RecordingDate
    OWNER

Keyword File Example:
    Bank
    Home
    Business
hojohappyAsked:
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Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
I am assuming that "file" = "table".  Also is this the entirety of the schema?  Are there identity columns in these tables?

Be aware that this matches partial words in other words "Banker" in Address.OWNER would match against "Bank".  If this is not the way you want it to work than we will have to adjust the logic

INSERT INTO OtherTable
(
   Address,
   City      
    State
    Zip
    RecordingDate
    OWNER
)
SELECT Address,
   City      
    State
    Zip
    RecordingDate
    OWNER
FROM Address AS A
INNER JOIN Keyword AS K
   ON A.OWNER LIKE '%' + K.KeywordValue + '%'

DELETE FROM Address
FROM OtherTable AS OT
INNER JOIN Address AS A
   ON ???

--This is where the primary key for this table comes in.  What uniquely identifies an Address record?
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awking00Commented:
Are we talking files or tables? If tables,

create table removedrecords as
select owner from addresses
 intersect
 select keywordvalue from keyword

Note - the above would have to come first

To remove -
delete from addresses
where owner in
(select keywordvalue from keyword)
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