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  • Other factors cited include: late-arriving aircraft (7.5%); factors within the airline's control, such as maintenance or crew problems (5.9%); extreme weather (0.8%); and security reasons (0.04%).

    Airline on-time performance falls, tarmac delays up in June

  • Even though the late-arriving award for the old Cardinal outfielder came about only after a campaign by a coalition of fans, politicians and business owners in a political swing state, honoring Mr. Musial at the White House still seemed like a laudable corrective.

    Taking a Swing at Restoring a Legend

  • She complained about a number of late-arriving packages ... packages that were supposed to have arrived before the 25th, but didn't.

    Ernan Roman: Broken Promises

  • If the Jets are the late-arriving dinner guest, they are the late-arriving dinner guest who shows up, bear-hugs the waiter, orders vodka shots for the table, and is so engaging and fun that pretty soon you forget you were furious at their lateness.

    The Imperfect, Irresistible Jets

  • The late-arriving crowd was perhaps due to strong thunderstorms in the area.

    Superman comes to rescue as Magic force Game 7 vs. Celtics

  • "It's just gonna be great, no matter what," Potter assured the late-arriving crowd as raindrops started falling two songs into a 70-minute set.

    Michael Bialas: Grace Potter/Nocturnals, the Avett Brothers Find Love on the Rocks

  • Upset over the number of active-duty service members overseas whose late-arriving votes were in danger of not being counted, Mr. Schumer pushed for the national law to require absentee ballots be sent out 45 days before the general election.

    Ballots Failure Is Widespread

  • Dallas got loud for its Mavericks, but Miami fans have been ridiculed as late-arriving, passive, disengaged.

    Playoff Fireworks, Minus the Stargazing

  • Maybe this is just late-arriving winter dormancy; maybe it is just March coming in like a depressed lion.

    Out Like A Lamb | Her Bad Mother

  • Roe's late-arriving contributions were part of a windfall of more than $42.7 million in health-care and health-insurance industry funds that have flowed to current Republican and Democratic lawmakers after each chamber voted on the Obama bill, according to the study of spending for that period.

    Health-related money continues to flow to members of Congress

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