Arriving [verb]

Definition of Arriving:

come to a destination

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Sentence/Example of Arriving:

This winter, however, arrives as a deadlocked Congress fails to offer a new relief fund and as rising coronavirus cases threaten new shutdown measures.

A second shipment of 150,000 tests would arrive a few days later.

On a mild autumn day in 2016, the Hungarian mathematician Gábor Domokos arrived on the geophysicist Douglas Jerolmack’s doorstep in Philadelphia.

When Rubio started his teaching career at York nine years ago, there was just one recently arrived Guatemalan student in the school’s English learners, or EL, program, he recalled.

This pick marks the first for new executive Arturas Karnisovas, who arrived from the Denver Nuggets during the offseason.

Juan arrived in Tijuana around the end of February or beginning of March.

The more community transmission, the higher the chances someone will arrive for the holiday infected.

With veterans, many of the problems they face now existed long before the coronavirus arrived on US shores.

Packed into cold storage trucks, those vials will arrive at inoculation sites where they can thaw and be stacked in fridges at 2 to 8 degrees celsius for a maximum five days before going bad.

Brothers Gig and Rye Dolan arrive in Spokane penniless and join the early 20th century fight for free speech and workers’ rights.