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1. the assembly of hounds, huntsmen, etc., prior to a hunt
2. US the place where the paths of two railway trains meet or cross

meet

[mēt]
(mathematics)
The meet of two elements of a lattice is their greatest lower bound.
(civil engineering)

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Nineteen BCBST-insured persons met the case definition and were reported to TDH as having Lyme disease but were not identified as such in BCBST claims data during the study period.
0%) of the 111 local county cases interviewed met the case definition for a confirmed Splash Park A case, five (4.
Her barrister added that she had met the case fairly, even though it was a breath test matter and she could have fought it on the basis of many similar cases that have been the subject of recent High Court legal challenges.
We interviewed 73 (89%) of the 82 players: 34 (47%) met the case definition.
Twenty-nine of the 41 travel group members met the case definition for the outbreak.
The committee stated that it "considered this case to be the most serious of its type that had come before them and regarded the rule breach as a blatant and absolute disregard of the rules", adding that "were it not for Mr Mullins' excellent record and for the manner in which he met the case, a more severe penalty including the possibility of disqualification would have been imposed".
Of the other 19 persons (aged 28-88 years), 3 had elevated alanine aminotransferase (ALT) concentrations and 3 had a previous report of a positive IgM anti-HAV test but did not have illness that met the case definition at that time either.
A study was conducted at the center and included all children and workers who met the case definition for gastroenteritis (vomiting or diarrhea accompanied by [greater than or equal to]1 other symptom, such as nausea, stomach ache, or fever, during February 15-March 15, 2011).
At press time, 428 suspected cases had been reported in the United States, including 100 (23%) that met the case definition for SAPS.