Some articles on meets:

Nebraska Highway 25 - Route Description
... In Trenton, NE 25 meets U.S ... It continues north for 8 miles (13 km), where it meets U.S ... The highway then turns due north and meets Nebraska Highway 23 near Wallace ...
Nebraska Highway 23 - Route Description
... It goes northeasterly through farmland towards Grant, where it meets Nebraska Highway 61 ... Near Wallace, NE 23 meets Nebraska Highway 25 ... It continues east and near Wellfleet, meets U.S ...
Jukti Takko Aar Gappo - Synopsis
... wife and forced from his home, he wanders through the countryside and meets unusual folks along the way ... He meets Bongobala, who is driven away from Bangladesh and does not have any shelter in Kolkata, he gives her shelter ... He meets Jagannath Bhattacharjee, a village school teacher of Sanskrit ...
Singapore Gay Theatre - 2005 - Boxing Cabaret
... her gender change invited the audience into her colourful world where strength meets beauty, fight meets dance and heart meets mind ...
Intermediate Math League Of Eastern Massachusetts - Meets
... IMLEM has five meets every year, one in October, November, January, February, and March ... For the first three meets, no calculators or external aids of any sort are allowed for any round ... However, for the last two meets, calculators without programming or graphing capabilities, and without a QWERTY keyboard, are allowed for all rounds ...

Famous quotes containing the word meets:

    I can’t hide it any longer. I love you. It’s the old story, boy meets girl—Romeo and Juliet—Minneapolis and St. Paul!
    Robert Pirosh, U.S. screenwriter, George Seaton, George Oppenheimer, and Sam Wood. Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush (Groucho Marx)

    Jesus said, “When he looketh on her, he hath committed adultery.” But he is an adulterer before he has yet looked on the woman, by the superfluity of animal, and the defect of thought, in his constitution. Who meets him, or who meets her, in the street, sees that they are ripe to be each other’s victim.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    In its artless cruelty, Dallas is superior to any “intelligent” critique that can be made of it. That is why intellectual snobbery meets its match here.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)