“We came in the side way.
So did Topper when he came.
First came ridicule of Cespedes.
The tropical plants came from Spain.
The men came immune to rubber bullets.
Timo came in and scored so I am happy.
Others came to make the wares of trade.
But Asian immigrants also came to find work.
Nearly all of the company's revenue came from insurance.
The Aztec name came from the word Aztlán (“White Land”).
Many came with their husbands, others came in search of one.
Parcel2Go came up with 36 options and InPost again came out cheapest at £2.88 or £2.94.
England came 25th in maths and Scotland (whose pupils were tested separately) came 29th.
On the January 24, the day after the quarantine, only seven flights came out of Wuhan and only 39 came in.
They were livid, particularly as they thought it came from a member of their family - but the investigation came to nothing.
It is easy to see, however, that this is predicted only if ‘John came’ and ‘Bill came’ are not taken to be alternative forms.
Analysts at Bernstein estimated about 60% of the $2.9 billion Hulu generated in revenue during the second half of 2019 came from subscriptions, and 36% came from advertising.
As of the first-quarter 2020, 49% of its capitated revenue came from Humana, while 12% came from health insurer WellCare and 11% came from Cigna HealthSpring, Cigna's Medicare business.
It believes that 9,938 allegedly came from the National Institutes of Health, 6,857 allegedly came from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and 5,120 allegedly came from the World Bank.
New documents offer insight into just how close the two countries came to war as NATO drilled in Europe in November 1983 — it is said to be the closest the two sides came to conflict since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.
- the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
- move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
Example: He came singing down the road
- reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress
- come to pass; arrive, as in due course
Example: The first success came three days later
- reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position
Example: The water came to a boil
- to be the product or result
- be found or available
- come forth
Example: A scream came from the woman's mouth
- be a native of
- extend or reach
Example: The water came up to my waist
- exist or occur in a certain point in a series
Example: Next came the student from France
- cover a certain distance
Example: She came a long way
- come under, be classified or included
- happen as a result
- add up in number or quantity
- to measure up to in kind or quality
- be received
Example: News came in of the massacre in Rwanda
- come to one's mind; suggest itself
- come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example
- proceed or get along
- experience orgasm
- have a certain priority
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