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I’ll meet you in the bar later.
We’re meeting for lunch tomorrow.
I’d like to meet to talk about your future.
The president is meeting world leaders at a summit next week.
The council will meet next week to decide what action to take.
We’ll come out to the airport to meet you.
The two teams met last year in the playoffs.
It looks like the Yankees will meet the Mets in a subway series.
We tried to investigate but met a wall of silence.
The bill met strong opposition from the Republicans.
The officials were met by complaints about joblessness and crime.
The two rivers meet just north of the town.
the line where the land meets the sky
This technology can meet the challenges of the 21st century.
The water won’t meet the needs of the local population.
Their eyes met long enough for him to see the warning.
She was finding it hard to meet his gaze.
She could see a problem developing and decided to meet it head on.
A strange sight met our eyes.
There’s more to this apparently ordinary table than meets the eye.
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