Everybody would then meet up about a week before we would start filming and just talk through everything.
Alex and I decided to meet up for a final cup of tea the night before his expected crossing.
But she reached out to me when things were at their worst, just as a friend, and we agreed to just meet up and have dinner.
The poor sod is undertaking a 24 hour drive to meet up with the teams.
There was still time, in the 27th year of marriage to his sixth wife, to meet up with an old girlfriend or two.
I knew I'd meet up with that skunk Joe again somewheres, and I'd ought to have kept out of his way!
So, after that, every time I figured I'd meet up with you I brought the jug along.
I've been hearing some bad reports about you, and was anxious to meet up and talk matters over.
I'd like to meet up with the yahoo that wrote that rank yarn!
We took cover, not wantin' to meet up with lead jus' because we might seem to be in bad company.
to be faced with, be forced to confront; encounter