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“How do you get them to see your organization as a gathering-place, a destination for constructive interaction with others?”
“A semblance of quiet came then in the huge gathering-place and the red police could be observed drawing in their lines.”
“Founded in 1950, the Aspen Institute itself has long served as a seedbed for values-based leadership, and as a gathering-place where leaders of all stripes can find common ground on critical issues.”
“Biscoe Bay, as Captain Scott has named it, was for the moment a gathering-place for numerous icebergs; one or two of these seemed to be aground.”
“When the King heard this, he turned to the Chief Wazir, who was a gathering-place of all that is evil, and said to him, “What sayst thou of this matter, O Minister?””
“The Paris slums are a gathering-place for eccentric people — people who have fallen into solitary, half-mad grooves of life and given up trying to be normal or decent.”
“His table was often the gathering-place of men of talent.”
“This is such a pleasant house and household, Mrs.A. is as bright as though she were not an invalid, and her room, except at meals, is the gathering-place of the family.”
“Below was a wide, covered veranda, the “ombra,” as they called it, secluded from the public eye — a favorite family gathering-place on pleasant days.”
“Van Schalkwyk said on Tuesday that though this was not a problem in large much of South Africa, there were certainly isolated instances where the commandos seemed to be "a gathering-place for right-wing sentiments".”
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