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I met the Ohio statesman one morning at breakfast, after hearing him the night before.
It might have been before—I don't know whether she got married here, or she met him in Texas.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
How Phyl had met Silas, how he had persuaded her to get into the phaton with him, the accident and all the rest.
THE GHOST GIRLH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
I wrote the one here in question, which met with general acceptance; and I do not remember that any one else competed.
THE GERMVARIOUS
He met that searching gaze as inscrutably as he had learned to endure the scrutiny of his opponent at the poker table.
THE HEART OF CANYON PASSTHOMAS K. HOLMES
"Most illustrious caballero, Don Alcala de Aguilera, we have met before," said the man.
THE SPANISH CAVALIERCHARLOTTE MARIA TUCKER
I now come to offer you a heart which has been entirely yours, Madam, since first we met in the desert.'
Are you unaware that he met Captain Beauchamp at the chateau of the marquise?
They were met with much ceremony at the gate and conducted to the Golden Hall.
The other thing she had to say was this: she had that day met the travelling jeweller to whom she and I had sold my ring.
CURIOUS, IF TRUEELIZABETH GASKELL

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