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rendezvous
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • They had flown from a secret airfield in Canada to a rendezvous somewhere in Siberia, and had conferred with members of the Eurasian General Staff, to whom they had betrayed important military secrets.
  • There were evenings when they reached their rendezvous and then had to walk past one another without a sign, because a patrol had just come round the corner or a helicopter was hovering overhead.

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  • We’re going to rendezvous at Starbucks.
  • We just learned that they had a secret rendezvous last week.

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