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  • v  collect in one place

  • Students who don't foregather at the nearby Automat are apt to be found across the street at the George Washington Hotel, which before the war always kept a ten-pound cheese .
  • When two such "classic diplomats" foregather with their secretaries the cause of their journeying to a tryst on the shore of the inhospitable Black Sea may be assumed to be of .
  • In Munich, Berlin, where critical tourists foregather, such delicacies have always been available, but at high prices to native Germans using controlled currency.

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