place of meeting

See: rendezvous
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The Ass came to the place of meeting, overjoyed at the prospect of a royal alliance.
This year our place of meeting was the Emperor's camp, where the patriarch and superior of the missions were.
It was a close, sultry day: devoid of sunshine, but with a sky too dappled and hazy to threaten rain: and our place of meeting had been fixed at the guide-stone, by the cross-roads.
Nevertheless, as the crossroads offered him a better chance than any other place of meeting somebody, he stood still.
Otsego is said to be a word compounded of Ot, a place of meeting, and Sego, or Sago, the ordinary term of salutation used by the Indians of this region.
If I took up my position "under the shadow of Saint Paul's," say, at ten that night, I should arrive at the place of meeting with two hours to spare, before the last stroke of the clock marked the beginning of the new month.
It was the first walk we had ever taken together, except that very short one to the usual place of meeting.
I say six months," returned Phileas Fogg; "and I shall be at the place of meeting promptly.
The youth had watched, spellbound, this ceremony at the place of meeting.
Their horses were fed, but not unsaddled; the grooms supped, for it was already late, and their two masters, impatient to return, appointed a place of meeting with them on the jetty and desired them on no account to exchange a word with any one.
Having seen everything safely out, discharged the servant, and locked the door, Nicholas jumped into a cabriolet and drove to a bye place near Golden Square where he had appointed to meet Noggs; and so quickly had everything been done, that it was barely half-past nine when he reached the place of meeting.
The commander of the Susquehanna and her officers might have made a mistake in all good faith; one argument however, was in their favor, namely, that if the projectile had fallen on the earth, its place of meeting with the terrestrial globe could only take place on this 27@ north latitude, and