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  • Beavers, human Beavers, were everywhere: thirty-second degree Beavers in gray sack suits and decent derbies, more flippant Beavers in crash summer coats and straw hats, rustic Beavers in shirt sleeves and frayed suspenders; but whatever his caste-symbols, every Beaver was distinguished by an enormous shrimp-colored ribbon lettered in silver, "Sir Knight and Brother, U. F. O. B., Annual State Convention."  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Toward the end of July he proposed, "Say, the Beavers are holding a convention in Joralemon, street fair and everything.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Every year Kennicott had talked of attending the American Medical Association convention, "and then afterwards we could do the East up brown.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: The Geneva Convention
as in: to convene
as in: conventional behavior
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