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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The Young Amelia was first at the rendezvous.
  • No, not precisely; however, I think it was something very like a rendezvous.
  • The Frenchman asked for a rendezvous; Teresa gave him one—only, instead of Teresa, it was Beppo who was on the steps of the church of San Giacomo.
  • There grief might freely expend itself without being disturbed by the trifling loungers who came from a picnic party to visit Pere-la-Chaise, or by lovers who make it their rendezvous.
  • "And you, too," said he, "come, if you like, monsieur; you have a claim, being almost one of the family, and I will give as many rendezvous of that kind as I can find persons willing to accept them."
  • "No," replied he; "I will not be caught like a fool at a first disclosure by a rendezvous under the clock, as they say at the opera-balls.

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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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