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“I'd like to meet to discuss my son's performance in your class and what I can do to help him do better.”
“It's truly an honor to meet someone of your stature and influence.”
“All I want is to meet a guy with a stable job and a good sense of humor. Is that too much to ask?”
“We're meeting up to sign the lease later this afternoon.”
“I don't usually give my number out to people I've just met, but for you I'll make an exception.”
“They set up a meet in an abandoned warehouse by the docks.”
“It seems like it was only yesterday that we first met here.”
“I'm very sorry that it didn't meet your standards.”
“You want to meet up after class and go over it?”
“OK. Well, it was a pleasure meeting you.”
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