In a meeting, two or more people come together to discuss one or more topics, often in a formal setting.
Other articles related to "meeting, meetings":
... Jacob’s meeting of Rachel at the well in Genesis 291–12 is the Torah’s second of several meetings at watering holes that lead to marriage ...
... The British, however, took a more cautious and tempered approach ... Indeed, British officials brought certain general desires to the conference—to achieve peace and stability in the western Pacific, avoid a naval arms race with the United States, thwart Japanese encroachment into areas under their influence, and preserve the security of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Dominion countries—but they did not enter the conference with a specific laundry list of demands rather, they brought with them a vague vision of what the western Pacific should look like after an agreement ...
... Following the Remembrance meeting there may be one other Sunday meeting, or perhaps more ... the person and work of Christ, other meetings involve Bible teaching, evangelism and gospel preaching (among young and old) ... In ministry and Gospel meetings the congregation, seated in rows facing a pulpit or platform, sing hymns and choruses and listen to Scripture readings and a sermon preached by one of the brethren ...
... Traditionally, meetings do not have a cross displayed inside or outside their place of worship as the focus is on Christ and the Word of God ... such as stained glass windows for their normal meeting hall have been traditionally discouraged ... Their meeting places sometimes have Bible names, e.g ...
... The miai itself is a casual meeting between the potential couple, the nakōdo, and the parents of both parties ... The nakōdo will determine the place and format of the meeting ... The meeting begins with an informal introduction between the two families by the nakōdo ...
Famous quotes containing the word meeting:
“I feel the desire to be with you all the time. Oh, an occasional absence of a week or two is a good thing to give one the happiness of meeting again, but this living apart is in all ways bad. We have had our share of separate life during the four years of war. There is nothing in the small ambition of Congressional life, or in the gratified vanity which it sometimes affords, to compensate for separation from you. We must manage to live together hereafter. I cant stand this, and will not.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Is whispering nothing?
Is leaning cheek to cheek? Is meeting noses?
Kissing with inside lip? Stopping the career
Of laughter with a sigh?a note infallible
Of breaking honesty.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“One could see that what you are writing was that todays meeting with President Bill Clinton was going to be a disaster. Now for the first time, I can tell you that youre a disaster.”
—Boris Yeltsin (b.1931)