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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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- PR5424 (Manila-Haneda): Departing at 9 a.m., arriving at 2:15 p.m.
10.40: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh leave Buckingham Palace, arriving at the abbey at 10.45.
10.48am Maid of honour Pippa Middleton, 27, and bridesmaids and pages leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey, arriving at 10.55am.
10.48: Bridesmaids and pages leave Goring Hotel, arriving at 10.55.
1020: Kate Middleton's mother Carole Middleton and brother James Middleton leave the Goring Hotel for the Abbey, arriving at 1027.
In order to keep out of the mess, Infraero, the aiport administrator, recommends arriving at less difficult times, such as before 8 a.m.
Arriving at 0900, we were able to coordinate with the Indonesians and the civilian relief agencies, and within an hour have our first load of supplies moving down the west coast.
The IRS, on the other hand, allowed the loss as an itemized deduction in arriving at taxable income.
On arriving at the home of the deceased, we found up to two hundred people standing and sitting on the front lawn.
FERRY: Departing Ancona at 7pm and arriving at Patras, Greece, 4pm the next day.
Mumbai services will depart daily at 02:10 arriving at Colombo at 04:45 and leaving at 20:20 to arrive back in Mumbai at 22:55.
There will be a 35-minute wait and then the 76079 will depart for Barmouth along the Cambrian Coast, arriving at 2.05pm.