keep an appointment

See: rendezvous
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Like one anxious to keep an appointment, she frequently consulted her watch, looking long at it, as if it were one of those watches that do not give up their secret until you have made a mental calculation.
Aynesworth found his employer alone with his broker, who was just hastening off to keep an appointment.
He has given us an infinite amount of trouble, has monopolised Doctor Sarson when he ought to have been attending upon me - a little more hot milk, if you please, Esther - and now, although he really is not fit to leave his room, he insists upon hurrying off to keep an appointment somewhere on the Continent.
He felt a strong desire to hustle them all along a bit and teach them business habits; the hoary old dog and the grizzled, heavy-faced old butler with his prehistoric shirt-front, and the drowsy old moon, and above all the scatter-brained old philosopher who couldn't keep an appointment.
However, if patients fail to keep an appointment and they can't offer a genuine substantiated reason not to have notified the hospital, they should be fined.
The 25-year-old had been released on a bail condition that he complied with the Drugs Intervention Programme, but was arrested after failing to keep an appointment with the service on August 20.
Called prospective memory, this type of recall is involved in remembering to keep an appointment or take a medication.
You also have to keep an appointment book and earn money to make the salon a success.
But assuming there is a good reason why patients cannot keep an appointment, it is vital they ring up as soon as possible and cancel.
She was reported missing after she failed to keep an appointment on December 29 with social services officials.
gt; 2 : to fail to keep an appointment with <You stood me up yesterday.
The 48-year-old woman was assaulted when she went alone to an empty property in Market Lavington, near Devizes, to keep an appointment made over the telephone.