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stop in

To stop and spend time at some place or with someone for a brief period of time. A noun or pronoun can be used between "stop" and "down." You should stop in for one of our poker games, they're a lot of fun! It was so great to see you, thanks for stopping in!
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stop in

(some place) Go to stop by (some place).
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stop in

see under stop by.
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stop in

v.
To interrupt one's course or journey briefly in order to visit or do business somewhere: The next time you're nearby, stop in for dinner. I stopped in at the office on my way to the airport.
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"It did not seem to me that there was any disorder," wrote Raffaello de'Medici, "except when I took them alone on foot and by coach to the garden gate of the Friars of the Holy Annunciation." The problem there was not that people wanted to see the exotic Japanese but that they really wanted to see the Madonna, which was unveiled to the public only when important personages came to town or in extraordinary moments.(66) Had the people simply wanted to see the emissaries they could have done so at many of their other stops in the city.