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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to meet at a certain time and place; or an instance of such a meeting
  • The reason the Eastmans weren't going to the Caribbean was that Hester had been corresponding with a black boatman who had proposed a rendezvous in the British Virgin Islands; Hester had involved herself with this particular black boatman the previous Christmas, in Tortola—when she'd been only fifteen!
    p. 281.9

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