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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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to come together; or to be adjacent or similar
  • As a young man, a student, David Henry had come here often, standing at the edge of land, watching the two rivers converge.
    p. 259.2
  • Convergence.
    p. 255.5
  • The streets converged, coming together at odd angles, as the city narrowed to the point where the great rivers met, the Monongahela and the Allegheny, their confluence forming the Ohio, which traveled to Kentucky and beyond before it poured itself into the Mississippi and disappeared.
    p. 259.0
  • Still, he shivered for a few minutes longer, from the cold and the residue of travel, and when he closed his eyes he thought of the two rivers meeting, converging, and the dark waters swirling.
    p. 265.8

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