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MET.

On drawings, abbr. for “metal.”
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I met him yesterday ten minutes before meeting you.
I met my mates in the morning, a broken, scattered band.
It was in the court outside the treasury that my cousin and I met, to enforce the laws of discipline on our own soldiers.
The first member of our party he met was Tars Tarkas and his first words sealed forever the new friendship between the races.
At the Ambassador's reception I met, for the first time, Mark Twain.
But the man who has robbed me of you shall rue the day when you and he first met.
It can now be understood why Rouletabille had shown so marked a coolness of demeanour towards Rance when they met in the witnesses' room, on the day of the trial.
On this particular day it was nearly three months since they had met.
He had not proceeded two hundred steps, however, when, "by the greatest chance in the world," he met Fix.
While in Petersburg Prince Andrew met Kutuzov, his former commander who was always well disposed toward him, and Kutuzov suggested that he should accompany him to the army in Moldavia, to which the old general had been appointed commander in chief.
This I would not have minded, could they have met me and helped me mentally.
As meets a rock a thousand waves, so Erin met Swaran of spears.