How To Use Arrival In A Sentence

  • The theory I do not accept: one simply folds his sails, unships his rudder, and waits the will of Providence, or the arrival of some compelling fate. Saunterings
  • There are some fantastic pubs and inns nearby but you should take advantage of the welcome pack you receive on arrival. The Sun
  • His sister Anaumed went over to Armorica in 490, and upon her arrival was married to Budic, king of the Armorican Britons. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March
  • Our plans were thrown into disarray by her arrival.
  • The arrival of the charity van set off a minor riot as villagers scrambled for a share of the aid.
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  • The much anticipated The Twilight Saga: Eclipse premiere is almost here and we will be hosting a live stream of the red carpet arrivals! TWILIGHT SAGA NEWS JUNE 16TH: ECLIPSE PREMEIRE, CULLEN FAMILY, ROBERT PATTINSON & MORE | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • The principle of the itinerary engine is simple: from a departure address and an arrival address, or from longitude/latitude coordinates, Maporama International's servers calculate an optimized itinerary, respecting several constraints: the shortest or the more rapid itinerary, a pedestrian or car itinerary, a multimodal itinerary… Internet News: Travel Archives
  • Reg apparently came most Sunday afternoons to help welcome the anxious new arrivals.
  • His arrival clearly puts a huge question mark against the future of the present team captain.
  • While awaiting maintenance arrival, Airmen Green and Helton continued patrolling the area to verify that all aircraft were chocked.
  • The attention shone on her, as strangers stopped her in the street to ask about her imminent arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • All their neighbours had fled from that place even before the arrival of the rioters.
  • What he has to accept is that this is not how he was widely perceived on arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • However it has not been plain sailing for the American since his arrival at Meadowbank last month in wake of the Scots' ignominious start to the BBL season.
  • This was in the aftermath of the arrival of proper University extension classes established by the 1902 Education Act.
  • He waited for her arrival in a fever of impatience.
  • Your expected time of arrival is 7.15.
  • I am aweary of awaiting thine arrival; for indeed long hath been thine absence from the lover which longeth for thee. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Next on the list will be a complete revamp of the arrivals concourse.
  • For the past couple of years, the appearance of Christmas lights and festive decorations has heralded the arrival of a weighty travel anthology.
  • You may have a dozen important things to tell him but the moment of his arrival is not the time.
  • Upon arrival we noticed very quickly we were not greeted with friendly faces. Christianity Today
  • After a decade of focused research and development, the auto industry worldwide has passed a milestone with the arrival of the first test fleets of seemingly roadworthy fuel-cell cars.
  • The tuna was succulent and fresh and the garnishes were cut after I'd ordered it rather than having sat before my arrival.
  • Despite the upheaval resulting from the arrival of Business Casual in the workplace and what has been described as the casualization of America, women rising through management ranks stick to their suits. “I Don’t Have a Thing to Wear”
  • For similar reasons, deep rips in the crust often accompany the arrival of plumes at the surface.
  • His uncles played for Belvedere and, from his first arrival, he seemed destined for good things.
  • Time control Your timing for arrival at meetings can give an indication of your power. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business
  • An enlisted aircrewman directed them to seats in the middle of the aircraft, then trotted back down the ramp to check for any more late arrivals. Joint Operations
  • So great was the general's despatch, that Paul I, at his request, granted the young man a sub-lieutenancy in the Semonowskoi regiment, so that Foedor entered on his duties the very next day after his arrival in St. Petersburg. Celebrated Crimes (Complete)
  • She embraced her new life and this picture shows how well she has adjusted a year after her arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • The clergyman and his son pricked up their ears at this, photography being with them only a degree less absorbing a pastime than that of walking; Ron awoke suddenly to the remembrance that his half-plate camera had never been unpacked since his arrival; and the three vied with each other in asking questions about the proposed excursion, and in urging that a date should be fixed. Big Game A Story for Girls
  • On my arrival home/On arriving home I discovered the burglary.
  • We can guarantee the punctual arrival of the armoured cars in foggy weather.
  • Several other reporters and cameramen stood shivering in unseasonably cold temperatures, ready to capture the multi-vehicle arrival Superdelegate deluge
  • With few marketable skills or capital upon their arrival, Irish men secured only a tenuous foothold in the province's secondary labour market, working as labourers, harvesters, ploughmen and general farm hands.
  • Speculation about an international cloning movement setting up base here has been rife following the arrival of one of its officials, with ’setting up office’ as one of the tasks on his agenda. Cloning cult enters Lanka
  • The victim was pronounced dead on arrival.
  • The organ voluntary was the Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon, Handel
  • With summertime abandon, the new arrivals sent their limbs flurrying in all directions.
  • `Reporting safe arrival of Tonopah Maru with iceberg of approximate seventeen-hundred-plus kiloton mass.
  • The studio was filled with the same chattering and babble of languages that I had encountered upon my arrival. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale
  • On arrival at the hotel please wait for further instructions.
  • They took cover in a farm house but arrival of an enemy platoon made the situation hopeless. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chiefly, such activities were processional - arrivals of ambassadors and potentates, with plebeian doings relegated to the wings.
  • With the arrival of the internet, the problem of distinguishing factual from fake has become far more acute. Times, Sunday Times
  • I will overlook your late arrival because it is the first time.
  • She timed her arrival for shortly after 3.
  • The arrival of warm weather raises the specter of disease and increased rat infestations caused by rotting garbage.
  • On arrival in a village he would ingratiate himself with the locals to find out if anyone owned a violin, or he might visit monasteries and other likely prospects, offering to repair their instruments.
  • I could tell you about the cab which, ordered by phone, announced its arrival by loud horn blasts from the opposite side of the street.
  • Britain's Prince William, right, shares a traditional "hongi" greeting with Maori elder Sam Jackson upon his arrival to officially open New Zealand's Supreme Court, in Wellington, New Zealand, Monday, Jan. 18, 2010. Fore, right!
  • The nurses were already fluttering around her, busy preparing for the arrival of the future heir.
  • The Cardinal was greeted on arrival 46 years ago by a great concourse of parishioners who had gaily decorated the roads leading to the new church with bunting and scrolls, many of which were Irish.
  • A few days before the arrival of the news of peace, he received private advices from the Continent which led him to anticipate it.
  • Is it possible the first Starbuck, from the old series, joined the fray, and was killed -- remember, he "mated" with an angel and was stranded on a planet in Galactica 80, so his arrival could have been delayed. Mike Ragogna: OMG! No More BSG!
  • He died just before the arrival of the news that he'd been granted British citizenship. The Times Literary Supplement
  • On his arrival, M. Myriel was installed in the episcopal palace with the honors required by the Imperial decrees, which class a bishop immediately after a major-general.
  • His telegragram may purport his forthcoming arrival.
  • (Recent Arrivals) (suzanne collins, catching fire, marie bilodeau, princess of light, sense and sensiblity and sea monsters, jane austen, Ben H. Winters) 10/30 On the Book Shelf . . . « The BookBanter Blog
  • She must have heard, along with the rest of Plymouth, of the arrival of Hotspur in Tor Bay; presumably she had made her way here via Totnes in the carrier's cart — a long and tedious journey. Hornblower And The Hotspur
  • A burglar alarm went off, prompting the arrival of officers who detained the two undercover cops. The Sun
  • My main concern is how St. George's infrastructure will cope with the arrival of 2,500 passengers at once.
  • The motorcyclist was dead on arrival at the hospital.
  • The arrival of Bakala seems to confirm rumors this week in Europe that cyclo-cross world champion Zdenek Stybar is poised to join Quick Step and make a run at the spring classics. Quick Step takeover makes room for Zdenek Stybar arrival
  • The arrival times given are those of the centre of the first main pulse after midnight at infinite frequency at the barycentre of the solar system, in seconds.
  • He announced the imminent arrival of a messianic leader.
  • He tables the times of arrival.
  • The public walk directly into the new terminal's retail level from the parking area and can then connect to the departures and arrivals levels by using the inclined travelators.
  • A hacking cough from the porch heralded the arrival of Nancy Little and the Doctor.
  • The team was given a great reception on arrival back in Swinford with the Cup.
  • Let me know the date and time of your arrival.
  • ‘Thank you, Father,’ she replied sweetly as the carriage pulled to a stop and the coachman announced their arrival.
  • Very soon after her arrival the applicant lodged an application for a protection visa.
  • Since their arrival in Europe, Roma have been self-employed artisans, entertainers, and middle men dealing in various commodities.
  • Bealtaine, apart from being the Irish word for the month of May, was a festival in pagan Ireland celebrating Spring and heralding the arrival of Summer.
  • The curious red-eyed female headed straight to the well ripe banana we had been given on our arrival to tempt the furry creature.
  • Raw politics is making the arrival of boatpeople a divisive issue once more when it shouldn't be, and the Rudd government is as culpable as the Coalition when it comes to emotive catchcries and racist innuendo. Public Opinion
  • Her arrival did little to resolve the situation.
  • The arrival of this South American predator threatened the survival of native species.
  • The arrival of the fresh medical supplies was a welcome sight for the beleaguered doctors working in the refugee camps.
  • They would press on well into dusk, when spunkie lights rose from the hedgerows and swales and danced in the ground-mists, until they reached a suitable castle or large manor house, whose resident windvoice had received advance notice from the Royal Alchymist of the king’s imminent arrival. Conqueror's Moon
  • On the concourse people stood around gazing up at the departure and arrival boards, checking times of trains.
  • In my view, the arrival of a batman with a bucket of water is often inimical to romance.
  • A particularly spectacular blackbird arrival was recorded during November 5, 1961 following a north-westerly gale the previous day.
  • Shortly after our arrival in London, Lisa was attacked.
  • They have improved immeasurably since their arrival.
  • This prompts a digression, as I recall that I once threw a party at a flat I'd recently taken possession of - but before the arrival of my furniture.
  • 'We'll tarry here a moment while my windvoice announces our arrival, then welcome an escort. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • The boat was towed into port and the shore team is now waiting for the arrival of ultrasound equipment to assess the damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • With few marketable skills or capital upon their arrival, Irish men secured only a tenuous foothold in the province's secondary labour market, working as labourers, harvesters, ploughmen and general farm hands.
  • I told her of my brother's expected arrival.
  • Huge crowds eagerly awaited his arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • The arrival of the ‘clones ‘- generic knock-offs of the IBM design - forced prices down.’
  • She embraced her new life and this picture shows how well she has adjusted a year after her arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • The brilliant scarlet sky which provided a backdrop to the ship's arrival helped persuade the five judges the picture was tops.
  • From their arrival in England the ‘Elgin Marbles’ had a revolutionary impact on European taste, and the Parthenon sculptures are still considered to mark the apogee of Greek art.
  • Cheering crowds greeted their arrival.
  • Staff should clock in on arrival.
  • From the time of the arrival of the Empress we were in a state of terrible apprehension, and every one in the chateau was a prey to the greatest anxiety in regard to the Emperor. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • The arrival of the charity van set off a minor riot as villagers scrambled for a share of the aid.
  • Since the arrival of modern engineering techniques, which allow almost any shape of building to be made, he said these problems had got worse. Times, Sunday Times
  • While local business owners await Twitter's arrival, that hoped-for rebound has yet to materialize. Market Street Looks for Twitter Revival
  • The original half watt of power will diminish to less than a billionth of a watt at the point of arrival.
  • At the proposed arrival of the young Queen, who was well worthy of the most ardent devotion, the "leal" heart of Scotland swelled with glad anticipation. Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen — Volume 1
  • For Leite de Cobra [pt], the way in which the non-arrival of the airbus and supposed disaster has been treated is outrageous: Global Voices in English » Air Bus AF 447: Sorrow, lack of information and sensationalism
  • The morning after your arrival, you meet with the resident physician for a private consultation.
  • She received, also, a little, though mournful, reprieve from terror, by a letter from Lisbon, written to again postpone the return of Mrs. Tyrold, at the earnest request of Mr. Relvil; and she flattered herself that, before her arrival, she should be enabled to resume those only duties which could draw her from despondence. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • His arrival clearly puts a huge question mark against the future of the present team captain.
  • Even sending half notes is not always a security, if the remitter does not take the precaution of waiting to hear of the safe arrival of the first half. India and the Indians
  • Meanwhile, aids-de-camp galloped along the lines, announcing the arrival of Grouchy, to reanimate the drooping spirits of the men; for, at last, a doubt of victory was breaking upon the minds of those who never before, in the most adverse hour of fortune, deemed _his_ star could set that led them on to glory. The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886
  • The former seems more likely in that the emergence of bichrome pottery is dated to approximately 1550 B.C., or roughtly four centuries prior to the documented arrival of the Peleset ( "Sea-people"). CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Even after the arrival of the hi-tech buses and Volvo buses, the double-deckers are the pride of the KSRTC and the capital and the envy of outsiders.
  • First there is the murder of one of the police deputies and then, even more alarmingly, the arrival of her willful and wayward daughter.
  • Please report to reception on arrival.
  • We apologize for the late arrival of the train.
  • We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of many more baby animals, including lambs and more piglets, over the forthcoming weeks.
  • We stopped worrying about the ship's safe arrival when she sailed into the harbor with all her flags flying.
  • Sitting down at an almost empty table, the two new arrivals exchange curt nods with those closest to them.
  • Bed linen is included and beds are made up for your arrival. The Sun
  • Rising volumes of pipelined gas from central Asia and, eventually, arrivals from Myanmar and potentially Russia will continue to increase China's dependence on foreign imports. Beijing Lets Natural-Gas Prices Rise in Two Areas
  • The arrival of the parlours coincided with the precipitous drop in Japanese fortunes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The arrival of him sparkled to the party.
  • Almost immediately on their arrival Nort and Dick, who were then rightly classed as "tenderfeet," became involved in a strange mystery. The Boy Ranchers in Camp or The Water Fight at Diamond X
  • Voucher must be produced on arrival, no defaced or photocopies accepted. The Sun
  • Crowds of people and predators greet the arrival of many fish spawning runs.
  • Lunch was that strange not so fishy fish Morgan had been introduced to the first day of her arrival.
  • In the play s celebrated central act they get riotously tipsy as they await the nocturnal arrival of the Gallic Romeo.
  • In both venues the arrival of the bunny and other ‘characters’ created a real buzz of excitement.
  • Success hinged on timing their arrival just as the last fat slice of sun slid below the horizon.
  • Since Gloucester's arrival in London he had seemed to offer the stability which the council wanted.
  • We shall inform you of the date of the delegation's arrival.
  • What on earth does a fledgling fashionista wear to the party that announces her arrival in the world? The Sun
  • Since his arrival at the company the dark clouds threatening insolvency have continued to gather.
  • Eaton was in full code, struggling for life, five minutes before his arrival via ambulance at Flagstaff Medical Center.
  • After chatting with the vet, I went home and cleaned like a madwoman in anticipation of Julie, best friend extraordinaire's, arrival.
  • The City of Angels, back then, was where an average filmland contract player could earn more in a week than most American families could bring home in a year; where over a million new arrivals had turned Los Angeles into the fifth-biggest city in the country; where fortunes were to be made overnight and–if you believed the newspapers–the fun never stopped. Chaplin’s Girl
  • On a similar note, a frequent question fliers ask is whether airlines pad their schedules to ensure more on-time arrivals.
  • She was apprised of our arrival.
  • A few of them, including Williams, also believe police's announcement of Stiles's 368 blood-alcohol level at the time of his arrival in the ER was an attempt to blame Stiles 'inebriant behavior for his injury. independent.com stories
  • As she waits on the mainland for the arrival of her fiancé, the fog rolls in, postponing any traffic to or from the island that evening.
  • He informed Heemskerk of the arrival in the straits of Malacca of an immense Lisbon carrack, laden with pearls and spices, brocades and precious-stones, on its way to Europe, and suggested an attack. PG Edition of Netherlands series — Complete
  • The boy had the distinct impression he was about to meet some one who would welcome his arrival.
  • New arrivals in-processed in Japan as others enjoyed rest and relaxation leave, or prepared to rotate home after completing their tours of duty.
  • The usual hoopla surrounded the arrival of the pop star.
  • Ever since it was set up in 1997, tourist arrivals have shown a marked increase.
  • The Dawg, at least, awaits your arrival with anticipated pleasure and I must say you should love it here so if I´m in town (that would be Lake Chapala) the first brew is on me but the same goes for Highland Chiapas if I happen to be there at the time. fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.
  • But the news of the governor-general's arrival struck them with consternation, and vakeels were sent to Agra, to learn on what terms a pacification might yet be effected. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844
  • Farmers who had already lost their last rabi crops due to the scanty rainfall are now losing their kharif crops, which have been badly damaged due to non arrival of rains.
  • With the arrival of pleasure boaters, I cannot see what the attraction will be for people who aren't boating enthusiasts.
  • I told her of my brother's expected arrival.
  • Jennifer already knew that such a meeting nearly always heralded the arrival of a secret visitor - usually a priest.
  • The surprise of the Lord Keeper was scarcely less unpleasing at the duplication of the expected arrival; his mind misgave him strangely. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • Lanterne Rouge Last rider on general classification, given a red lamp and a special cheer on arrival in Paris.
  • Mbeki, accompanied by his wife, Zanele, several ministers and about 30 South African businessmen, received a 21-gun salute and a military march-past after his arrival. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Keelboat and steamboat navigation was always treacherous, and with the arrival of railroads, river transportation became unimportant.
  • We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the late arrival of the train.
  • Mr. Smith with that little account (that particular little account) has called presentient of your arrival, and has left word that he will call to-morrow morning at ten. The History of Pendennis, Volume 2 His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy
  • In 1960, filming was in winter, and daffodils and crocuses had to be brought in and planted to suggest spring's arrival.
  • Too little may hasten the arrival of age spots. The Sun
  • I waited at home this morning for the arrival of a new bed for our spare room.
  • St. Gildas, in the twelfth century, had Abelard for superior, who, on his appointment, made over to Eloise the celebrated abbey he had founded at Nogent, near Troyes, which he called the Paraclete or Comforter, because he there found comfort and refreshment after his troubles, but his peace soon ended on his arrival in Brittany. Brittany & Its Byways
  • We encounter Carlos and Reina when they are already living in the kind of subdivided basement that becomes home for thousands of illegal arrivals in the outer boroughs of New York City. GreenCine Daily
  • The mother's abandonment of the stance of a nostalgic exile is signified by her farewelling her parents at their graveside in Cantonese; she had greeted them on her arrival in Japanese.
  • All visitors must sign the book on arrival and again on departure.
  • A more formal arrival reception took place Friday morning at Rodney Bay Marina.
  • Their liquor has been nicely doctored - gave them an extra ration of ale to celebrate my arrival!
  • He was deeply apologetic about his late arrival.
  • Only one or two openly professed what may be called anarchistic views, and these were young students, recent arrivals, who looked more like robbing an orchard than threatening a throne. From Paris to New York by Land
  • The children are thrilled with the new arrival.
  • Also new for 2001 is the arrival of infrared technology for headphones, eliminating the dangling wires of first-generation systems.
  • In the late 1950s, the arrival of jet airliners cut the time for the transatlantic crossing in half, to not much more than seven hours.
  • Just last night it was a vision of beauty awaiting Santa's arrival.
  • they gave little warning of their arrival
  • We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the late arrival of the train.
  • The arrival of the Black Death brought social and economic chaos, from which not even the Minster was immune.
  • The unexpected arrival on the scene of a suitor for his wayward daughter had therefore presented a very real threat. ALEXANDER THE CORRECTOR
  • The men received full burghership as a rule soon after arrival, exempt from the formalities and probation prescribed by law. Origin of the Anglo-Boer War Revealed (2nd ed.) The Conspiracy of the 19th Century Unmasked
  • The arrival of the internet spawned a host of websites, most notably lastminute. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mostly these competitors were corporate-funded, multi-engine aircraft, and they tended toward the luxurious: A Sikorski trimotor was outfitted with a meal of roast Long Island duck, to be consumed upon arrival in Paris. A Race Across the Pond
  • Their arrival livened up an otherwise dull afternoon.
  • His unexpected arrival threw us into total confusion.
  • With the arrival of the Age of Enlightenment, the warship was a product with a difference, and the technology used was later incorporated into merchant navy vessels. Ships, galleons, frigates and corvettes
  • Departure and arrival times at Lerwick and Aberdeen will be unaffected.
  • We apologize for the late arrival of the train.
  • Elizabeth had been a good deal disappointed in not finding a letter from Jane on their first arrival at Lambton; and this disappointment had been renewed on each of the mornings that had now been spent there; but on the third her repining was over, and her sister justified, by the receipt of two letters from her at once, on one of which was marked that it had been missent elsewhere. Pride and Prejudice
  • His arrival made him more comfortable financially, but he's leaving.
  • All visitors must sign in on arrival.
  • For similar reasons, deep rips in the crust often accompany the arrival of plumes at the surface.
  • Undine was almost ashamed that the unwooed Mabel should be the witness of her own felicity, and planned to send her off on a trip to Denver when Peter should announce his arrival; but the weeks passed, and Peter did not come. The Custom of the Country
  • Most, to be honest, follow the shamrock pint head stamp and the grassed worldcup beermat into the bin, but this morning's arrival actually looks vaguely interesting and possibly fun. Strange advertising thingies in the post...
  • The arrival of large supermarkets sounded the death knell of many small local shops.
  • It is pretentious to say it, but my arrival was a strong sign. Times, Sunday Times
  • He had since notched a few notable victories and heralded his arrival back at the top flight by winning the national half marathon title in Castlebar.
  • She embraced her new life and this picture shows how well she has adjusted a year after her arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a slow-motion gaze, the camera panned across a sea of nameless people, focusing on expressions of worry, boredom and anticipation as they awaited their party's arrival.
  • Voucher must be produced on arrival, no defaced or photocopies accepted. The Sun
  • But I sense the callowness of pure Romanticism in such a rejection of restraint -- as coded into Odysseus's hood, into his arrival in disguise, as a beggar. Archive 2010-03-01
  • The itty-bitty biscuits and cornbread muffins remain in fine form, so the arrival of the breadbasket here is something to anticipate.
  • At the small terminal, arrivals were greeted with traditional leis made from tropical flowers.

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