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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
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The meet of two elements of a lattice is their greatest lower bound.
(civil engineering)
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Google Hangouts

Text and video chat from Google. Hangouts was originally part of the Google+ social network but was separated in 2015. In 2017, Google introduced new versions of Hangouts for the enterprise. Hangouts Chat, later renamed Google Chat, was designed to support project teams similar to the Slack app. Hangouts Meet, later renamed Google Meet, provides videoconferencing from 100 to 250 people depending on Workspace edition. See Google+ and Slack.

Google Allo and Duo
Geared to consumers, Duo is a video calling app, and Allo was a chat app. Whereas Hangouts requires a Google account, Allo and Duo are based on the user's phone number. See Google Allo, Google Duo and Google chat.
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My year will then culminate at our Annual Conference in Washington, DC, where we will meet with the Academy of General Dentistry and the American Association of Women Dentists.
Finally, TEI was scheduled to meet with the Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy, but the last-minute scheduling of congressional hearings on the President's budget caused the meeting to be postponed.
* The dissenting parish and rector should first meet with their bishop in a spirit of reconciliation.