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mets

(1) Metastases.
(2) Metzenbaum scissors.
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As they came to the castle, all was as the fox had said, and at twelve o'clock the young man met the princes going to the bath and gave her the kiss, and she agreed to run away with him, but begged with many tears that he would let her take leave of her father.
And as they came to the wood where the fox first met them, it was so cool and pleasant that the two brothers said, 'Let us sit down by the side of the river, and rest a while, to eat and drink.' So he said,
Riviere's gaze made him reject this conclusion, and he met the young man's question with another.
"Well, then--?" Archer paused again, and their eyes met in another protracted scrutiny.
"You must have met thousands like him," she remarked,--"good-looking, very British, keen sportsman, lots of pluck, just a little careless, hating to talk about himself and serious things.
Meantime, while on a visit to Oxford, he had met Southey, another poet who was at this time a student there.
When Coleridge met him he was just twenty, and Coleridge twenty-two.
"More than any woman I have ever met," Francis answered promptly, "and I consider your attitude towards her grossly presumptuous."
But the man who has robbed me of you shall rue the day when you and he first met.' Don't ask me who he was!
"Richard!" he said, "since we first met, I have believed in your better nature, against all outward appearance.
Hence Vronsky had met him with the chilling and haughty manner he so well knew how to assume, the meaning of which was: "You may like or dislike my way of life, that's a matter of the most perfect indifference to me; you will have to treat me with respect if you want to know me." Golenishtchev had been contemptuously indifferent to the tone taken by Vronsky.
During those three months that Vronsky had spent abroad with Anna, he had always on meeting new people asked himself how the new person would look at his relations with Anna, and for the most part, in men, he had met with the "proper" way of looking at it.