- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of arrive.
“The title arrives about a month before the actual Little League World Series takes place in”
“The portable Mega Man fun will begin when the title arrives in early Summer 2010.”
“The portable Mega Man® fun will begin when the title arrives in early Summer 2010.”
“Readers can download a free sample of a book before handing over $US11. 99 ($A13) for a bestseller, and the title arrives on the device in less than a minute.”
“When a title arrives, you have the option of renting or purchasing it.”
“Tomorrow (Thursday): Rain arrives from west to east during the early-to-mid morning, and falls moderate at times before tapering in the same direction during the mid-afternoon into early evening.”
“U.K. forces will have to wait until the Harrier's replacement arrives from the U.S. in the shape of the Joint Strike Fighter in 2020.”
“Palin arrives at Fort Bragg to a large crowd: A story posted on Nov. 23 about Sarah Palin taking her book-signing tour to North Carolina'ss Fort Bragg stated in the first paragraph that thousands greeted the former Republican vice presidential candidate.”
“When twenty-year-old Toulouse Valmorain arrives on the island in 1770, it's with powdered wigs in his baggage and dreams of financial success in his mind.”
“And pulls the plug on projects until the money arrives from the client.”
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