In a meeting, two or more people come together to discuss one or more topics, often in a formal setting.
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ... Also of the same type scene are Abraham’s servant’s meeting (on behalf of Isaac) of Rebekah at the well in Genesis 2411–27 and Moses’ meeting of Zipporah at the well in Exodus 215–21 ...
... 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 ... Other symbols such as stained glass windows for their normal meeting hall have been traditionally discouraged ... Their meeting places sometimes have Bible names, e.g ...
... Following the Remembrance meeting there may be one other Sunday meeting, or perhaps more ... recalling 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 ...
More definitions of "meeting":
- (noun): A small informal social gathering.
Example: "There was an informal meeting in my livingroom"
Synonyms: get together
- (noun): A place where things merge or flow together (especially rivers).
- (noun): A casual or unexpected convergence.
Example: "He still remembers their meeting in Paris"
- (noun): The act of joining together as one.
Example: "There was no meeting of minds"
Synonyms: merging, coming together
- (noun): The social act of assembling for some common purpose.
Example: "His meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day"
Synonyms: coming together
Famous quotes containing the word meeting:
“There is no ordinary Part of humane Life which expresseth so much a good Mind, and a right inward Man, as his Behaviour upon Meeting with Strangers, especially such as may seem the most unsuitable Companions to him: Such a Man when he falleth in the Way with Persons of Simplicity and Innocence, however knowing he may be in the Ways of Men, will not vaunt himself thereof; but will the rather hide his Superiority to them, that he may not be painful unto them.”
—Richard Steele (16721729)
“The source of all life and knowledge is in man and woman, and the source of all living is in the interchange and the meeting and mingling of these two: man-life and woman-life, man-knowledge and woman-knowledge, man-being and woman-being.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“An association of men who will not quarrel with one another is a thing which has never yet existed, from the greatest confederacy of nations down to a town meeting or a vestry.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)