What is arrival?

  • (noun): Accomplishment of an objective.
    Synonyms: reaching
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on arrival:

Somali And Bantu Migration To Maine - Background - Arrival
... In January 2003, a small white supremacist group demonstrated in Lewiston in support of the mayor, prompting a simultaneous counter-demonstration of about 4,000 people at Bates College and the organization of the "Many and One Coalition" ... Only 32 attended the rally by the white supremacist group ...
Love On Arrival
... "Love on Arrival" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Dan Seals. 1990 as the lead-off single from his album On Arrival ...
Lava Shearwater
... The species is thought to have survived the arrival of the first settlers in the Canary Islands, and become extinct after the arrival of European settlers in the 15th ... the species went extinct due to hunting pressures and possibly the arrival of introduced species such as rats ...
Arrival - Music
... Arrival (band), a vocal/instrumental group from Liverpool 1969-73 Arrival, an album by Alannah Myles Arrival (ABBA album), a 1976 album by ABBA "Arrival" (composition), the title ...
Count Franz Philipp Von Lamberg
... But before his arrival in Pest, Kossuth had incited the legislature to forbid his taking office as palatine of Hungary, and the army was instructed not to obey him ... After his arrival in Pest, and a short and fruitless discussion with General Hrabowsky, he took a cab to a fortification ... bridge, a mob which had been advised of his arrival fell upon the cab, murdered Lamberg, mutilated the body, and triumphantly carried it, impaled on ...

More definitions of "arrival":

  • (noun): Someone who arrives (or has arrived).
    Synonyms: arriver, comer
  • (noun): The act of arriving at a certain place.
    Example: "They awaited her arrival"

Famous quotes containing the word arrival:

    National literature does not mean much these days; now is the age of world literature, and every one must contribute to hasten the arrival of that age.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    For the poet the credo or doctrine is not the point of arrival but is, on the contrary, the point of departure for the metaphysical journey.
    Joseph Brodsky (b. 1940)