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Use "tête-à-tête" in a sentence
"Since Sarney's last tete-a-tete with the Americans, tensions had mounted in the Essequibo region, with Guyana accusing Venezuela of militarily invading its territory to stave off gold mining operations."
"Unlike the Bush era, when meetings such as the Brownfield-Izarra tete-a-tete ended in failure, the political climate seemed much improved during the first months of the incoming Obama administration."
"By doing so, he would initiate an entomological tete-a-tete between the wasps and the emerald ash borer, a green-winged, torpedo-shaped beetle that looks at the gleaming shaft of wood in Alex Rodriguez's hands and sees a scrumptious meal for its children."