Did you by any chance mean rendezvous?
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“Service a spacecraft shuttling between Earth and other planetary bodies and in addition have a NextGen shuttle to go from Earth to rendez-vous this craft.”
“I prefer rendez-vous, mind you it always reminds me of se rendre = go somewhere OR surrender.”
“I prefer rendez-vous – looking forward to reading your new novel! canadianbrunnette |”
“Je vous donne rendez-vous pour partager ces souvenirs, de petites anecdotes ou d'autres petits récits de la vie d'aujourd'hui.”
“I also have a class to teach tomorrow at the Harwich Council on Aging, a rendez-vous with a long lost friend tomorrow morning, swaps that are WAY over due (they are supposed to go out July 1) and a workshop to plan for next week ...”
“Our plan for the day included a lightning visit to TopShop, an afternoon rendez-vous at The Champion pub in Bayswater, a possible picnic in Kensington Gardens (which was looking increasingly unlikely as London approached and the clouds showed no sign of clearing) and, finally, an evening meet at The Walmer Castle, Notting Hill, for a Thai meal.”
“In French music: French Playground, a musical rendez-vous of fun French and French Creole songs that will delight children of all ages.”
“Which is worse for his family or his office - engaging in an ongoing extramarital affairs that might compromise his office, albeit between consenting adults, or pay a high price for a periodic one hour rendez-vous with a young ambitious professional woman who enter in a consential arrangement to trade sexual favors for economic benefits.”
“Is getting the UK to surrender its economic independence, to abandon its currency and embrace the Euro the real agenda of this rapidly-expanding rendez-vous?”
“This famous brasserie at the Champs-Élysées, formerly the place of rendez-vous of the “Corsican union”, is today the property of casino magnate Dominique Desseigne.”
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