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To Kill a Mockingbird
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as in: to convene Define
a large conference or meeting
  • He was from Abbottsville; we saw him only when court convened, and that rarely, for court was of no special interest to Jem and me.
    p.222.5

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  • She is at the convention in Las Vegas.
  • Hotel rooms are expensive that week because so many people are attending a big convention.

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as in: to convene Define
a large conference or meeting
as in: conventional behavior Define
something regarded as normal or typical
as in: The Geneva Convention Define
a written international agreement
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