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  • v. meet with by appointment


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  • So this is where you planned to meet up with your young man, Alva Jane?

    Keep Sweet

  • I had arranged to meet up with two friends of my climbing mentor Gary Scott.

    127 Hours

  • They also meet up with sentences that are ironic, that express a particular point of view, orthat are susceptible to more than one possible interpretation.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Then I headed over to Kentucky Avenue, where I was supposed to meet up with Ned Mahoney and his crack team from Hostage Rescue and find out more about whatever emergency was going on there.


  • We have to meet up with refugees who are going off-plane.

    Kiss of a Demon King

  • Then he picked up his as-yet-unfired rifle and headed up the crest to meet up with Chuck, only to see that Chuck was roaring down to him on his own ATV.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • In the perfect, surreal ending to this totally surreal evening, we meet up with Joe and Glint and go to the wooden stand across the street to order cherry Sno-Kones and celebrate my salvation.

    Disenchanted Princess

  • No, and pray that you do not meet up with that archdemon while on your mission, brother.

    Surrender the Dark

  • On our way back to Circle Stand, we swept down toward Durrow Wood, hoping to meet up with a few of you.

    The Welkening

  • On February 9, 1781, Greene paused at Guilford Court House, where he had expected to meet up with reinforcements from Virginia under Steuben.

    Angel in the Whirlwind


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