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secret meeting

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a commitment to appear at a certain time and place

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a secret rendezvous (especially between lovers)

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Any other examples of inaccurate assignations would be gratefully received--and Eye will take the writers to task.
Like men, women are finding that power is a potent aphrodisiac, and they are giving in to the thrill of illicit lunchtime assignations and the sheer excitement that accompanies their transgression.
Paying for It is billed as 'a comic-strip memoir about being a John,' and documents the author's assignations with more than 20 Toronto sex workers," reads an online review of the piece by The Walrus, a Canadian magazine.
But members of ICANN s board have argued that in order to maintain neutrality in dealing with domain name assignations, it should create .
Jo Malin was struggling to get her camera to work and then revealed early morning assignations with a neighbour wearing only her negligee.
Yep, every September I scour the area for juicy assignations.
Martin's no better; he keeps a secret apartment downtown for assignations with prostitutes.
They've gone on romantic assignations at the historic Fairmont Hotel.
L'Agence a alors pris un recours judiciaire pour faire annuler ces assignations ou, du moins, pour obtenir une declaration selon laquelle MM.
When he goes into the den for his online assignations, he will be logging on to a computer that has nothing to do with travel, research, or Portugal.
Attractice actress Michela (Claudia Gerini) receives a mysterious note offering money if she'll "act out a drama in real life"; when she doesn't follow through, her English roommate, Corinna (Susan Lynch), secretly begins meeting an older man (Jonathan Pryce) for assignations around Rome, playing the part of a married woman his alleged art-forgery expert is trying to seduce.
It is more realistic to see these men as representative of those clerics who sought to use the confessional for assignations but failed.
Gone is much of the intellectuality of the discourse, which is replaced with the often mournful sound of Lisa's recalling not only the sexual assignations but the sensual assignations and feelings associated with her life with Simon.
Working alternately in shadowed, then bare, bright space, men meet, begin or continue mysterious assignations, and--quite intentionally--part without ever achieving a sense of closure.
From these Baroque origins, this notion is behind Garnier's massive gilt salons and staircases, for public promenading, and extends through to the London National Theatre, with its generous public mingling spaces, intimate nooks for assignations and above all a marvellous engagement with the river Thames beyond and the wider city.