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RDVRendez-Vous
RDVRendezvous (Buick SUV)
RDVRapid Design Visualization
RDVRice Dwarf Virus
RDVRecommended Daily Value
RDVRegional Development Victoria (Australia)
RDVRepeatable Digital Validation
RDVReference Dose Values
RDVRotary Drum Vacuum (winemaking)
RDVReading Vocabulary
RDVRemotely Deployed Vehicle
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To this rendezvous repair the various brigades of trappers from their widely separated hunting grounds, bringing in the products of their year's campaign.
To this rendezvous the company sends annually a convoy of supplies from its establishment on the Atlantic frontier, under the guidance of some experienced partner or officer.
An eager competition exists also between their respective convoys of supplies, which shall first reach its place of rendezvous.
A gallant knight cannot decline a rendezvous with a lady; but a prudent gentleman may excuse himself from not waiting on his Eminence, particularly when he has reason to believe he is not invited to make his compliments.
Well," said Porthos, "I will run to the hotel, and engage our comrades to hold themselves in readiness by eight o'clock; the rendezvous, the Place du Palais-Cardinal.
He stopped, therefore, trembling not for himself but for the poor woman who had evidently exposed herself to great danger by appointing this rendezvous.
Bonacieux and if she was returning to Paris, why this fugitive rendezvous, why this simple exchange of a glance, why this lost kiss?
Yes," said D'Artagnan; "but what if this rendezvous had some hidden purpose?
D'Artagnan did not believe Athos to be capable of a deception, but he sought an excuse for not going to the rendezvous.
Yes, you are right; let us go, Porthos, but let us go well armed; were we not to keep the rendezvous, they would declare we were afraid.
In sooth," said Phoebus, as though seeking to capitulate with himself, "these are two charming things to be encountered in a rendezvous,--a sword and a wench; but I do not see why I should miss the one for the sake of the other, when I can have both.
In enjoying, therefore, such place of rendezvous, the British fair ought to esteem themselves more happy than any of their foreign sisters; as I do not remember either to have read in history, or to have seen in my travels, anything of the like kind.