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TO ARRIVE. To come to a particular place; to reach a particular or certain place as, the ship United States arrived in New York. See 1 Marsh. Dec. 411.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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IONA TOTAL COST PS77.90 11.40am Having learned loads of interesting facts about the island's customs, history and wildlife from our excellent bus driver Chris, I arrive at Fionnphort.
In the adjustment, the first train in the afternoon will leave the Nairobi terminus at 12pm and arrive at Syokimau at 12:50pm.
Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig and Berenice Marlohe arrive at the world premiere of 'Skyfall'
9.50: Governors-general and prime ministers of realm countries, the Diplomatic Corps, and other distinguished guests arrive at the abbey.
10.20am Kate Middleton's mother Carole and brother James leave Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey to arrive at 10.27am.
From 9.50am Governors-General and Prime Ministers of Realm Countries, the Diplomatic Corps and other guests arrive at the abbey.
1020: Members of foreign royal families arrive at the Abbey from Buckingham Palace.
10.06pm - David Cameron and his wife arrive at a meeting with Tory MPs at the House of Commons to loud applause and cheers.
Passengers with flights from Durham Tees Valley Airport are advised to arrive at the airport as planned.
P claimed a bad debt deduction for the loans to K on Schedule D, Capital Gains and Losses, and deducted the worthless debt on page 1 of his return on the line denominated "Other gains or (losses)." P now contends that he should have claimed the bad debt as a deduction on Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business, to arrive at adjusted gross income (AGI).
The first permanent English settlers arrive at Jamestown, Virginia.