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Men Should Weep - Plot Summary - Act 3
... John arrives with a red hat, reminiscent of courting days, for Maggie, who is delighted ... Lily arrives, shortly followed by Alec who is looking for Isa ... However John arrives and wants nothing to do with her "whore's winnins" ...
Earth In Fiction - Earth As Presented in Various Works - Worldwar
... In 1962 another Race fleet arrives carrying a civilian colony force of nearly 100 million, in 1965 the Race and the German Reich fight a major war which Germany loses ... send a slower-than-light starship to the Race's home world, where it arrives in 2031 ... Soon after another ship arrives, an FTL-capable ship, indicating that humanity has now surpassed the Race in technology ...
Her Cardboard Lover - Plot
... it is Terry, who had disguised his voice, who arrives, and he berates Consuelo for her lack of self-control ... Complications arise when Tony actually does arrive on the scene and finds Terry, wearing Consuelo's satin pajamas, in bed ... hearing on charges of disturbing the peace and assaulting a police officer, Chappie arrives with money from the sale of their song to pay for Terry's fine ...
The Gay Divorcee - Plot
... Mimi Glossop (Ginger Rogers) arrives in England to seek a divorce from her geologist husband Cyril (William Austin), whom she hasn't seen for several years ... Mimi on her arrival in England, and who is now besotted with her, also arrives at the hotel, only to be mistaken by Mimi for the co-respondent she has been waiting for ... While they are in Mimi's bedroom, Tonetti arrives, revealing the truth, and holds them "prisoner" to suit the plan ...
Bonny Baby Livingston - Synopsis
... In some variants this lover, Johny Hay, arrives ... In most, he arrives to find her dead, and is able only to kiss her dead lips and curse her kidnapper ... In another variant, Jemmie arrives to Glendinning Castle to find Annie Livingstone dead ...

Famous quotes containing the word arrives:

    One arrives at style only with atrocious effort, with fanatical and devoted stubbornness.
    Gustave Flaubert (1821–1880)

    To have some account of my thoughts, manners, acquaintance and actions, when the hour arrives in which time is more nimble than memory, is the reason which induces me to keep a journal: a journal in which I must confess my every thought, must open my whole heart!
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    Whenever a person strives, by the help of dialectic, to start in pursuit of every reality by a simple process of reason, independent of all sensuous information—never flinching, until by an act of the pure intelligence he has grasped the real nature of good—he arrives at the very end of the intellectual world.
    Plato (c. 427–347 B.C.)