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Said on being introduced to someone.‘‘This is my wife.’ ‘Pleased to meet you.’’
- ‘Thank you Samantha and pleased to meet you too.’
- ‘I apologize for my error, Mrs. Johnson, and I am very pleased to meet you.’
- ‘He paid for the coffee and said pleased to meet you and was talking to himself on the way out.’
- ‘Look, I'm pleased to meet you and all that, but you didn't answer my question.’
- ‘She said, ‘I'm very pleased to meet you, Mr. Raines.’’
- ‘I wanted to say ‘I'm pleased to meet you, I'm from England, where are you from?’’
- ‘Brian immediately turned and politely introduced himself: ‘I'm very pleased to meet you, Mr. Kirby.’’
- ‘I'm very pleased to meet you at last, after all the wonderful things I've heard about you from your father.’
- ‘Her voice was warm and welcoming, despite her earlier misgivings: ‘We're pleased to meet you, Professor.’’
- ‘And Lawrence Zeiger said, I'm pleased to meet you.’
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