from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A meeting.
- n. Informal A casual social gathering.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A meeting or gathering; a party or social function.
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Edson called a get-together with his staff and company commanders just after the noontime bombing of the 12th to let everyone know what was at stake.
Our plan was to exit at Ocotlán and continue toward the Chapala/Guadalajara highway to meet a friend for comida and return to Morelia after our pre-Christmas get-together with him.
Most of the time, they will be fine with a slightly different get-together time.
The group hosted a similar get-together in Florida early this year -- which drew former Gov.
The get-together seems to be part of a stepped-up drive by the White House and President Obama's reelection campaign to revive Hispanic enthusiasm before next fall.
The occasional meetings soon turned into a weekly get-together called “Porch Art”.
With a Colorado hearing set for later this month to determine if charges will be filed, one can be certain a Gekko/Fox get-together wouldn't have been in the offing in 2010.
Organize a get-together of a hike and healthy lunch rather than cocktails and a heavy dinner.
But Mr. Zimei's fellow mascots—26 of the 30 teams have one—compared notes at their annual get-together at the All Star game in 2010 and determined Lou Seal had attended more home games in a row than any of the others.
It only takes one good dinner party, vacation, work get-together, breakup, etc. to ruin this!
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