The robots are coming.
“I’m going to be flat-out honest: I’m not O.K. with coming out.
"If the foreign people coming across are doctors, then I'm all for that.
Thus, they awaited Christ’s Second Coming, which they believed was imminent.
So much is coming at you.
“Frozen had a lot of momentum coming into the pandemic,” said Mr.
Even though they were chasing us, the students kept coming and fighting with police.”
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“I worry that people coming here from New York are coming because they don’t like the stay-at-home order and they’re just looking to ride it out anywhere else.
The strongest influx of transplants is coming from the Northeast, Zeder added, with "good activity coming from the Midwest and Colorado, and an unusual amount coming from California."
Avempace’s reflections on absolute coming-to-be and passing-away start with a linguistic analysis of the term kawn “coming-to-be” which echoes Alfarabi’s method and itself is a novelty (IB-GC: 41–44).
Their status differs from answers that do resolve the issue as intended (in this case the answer that Bill is coming if Ann is coming, and the answer that Bill is not coming if Ann is coming).
In this case, the answer that neither Ann nor Bill is coming and the answer that Ann and Bill are both coming have a different status than the answer that only Ann is coming and the answer that only Bill is coming.
Peter Schiff, the president of Euro Pacific Capital, a brokerage firm, achieved renown as an author of the recession-related books “Crash Proof: How to Profit From the Coming Economic Collapse” (2006) and “The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy” (2012).
Visa applicants deemed by consular officers to be coming to the US primarily to give birth will now be treated like other foreigners coming to the US for medical treatment, according to state department guidance sent out on Wednesday and viewed by the Associated Press.
"Whether you're coming from the NFT perspective, or you're coming from Silicon Valley, or the tech world, wherever you're coming from there is a new generation that is looking to embrace art collecting, and they're looking for a new way to do it," Nassib said.
"Call your congressman and feel free, you can lightly threaten them and say, you know what, if you don't start supporting election integrity, I'm coming after you, Madison Cawthorn is coming after you, everybody's coming after you," Cawthorn had said at the event.
"Charles had been a marine in Samoa in the very place from where the stones were coming back, the soil was coming back, Lance was coming back, the DNA was coming back to this very spot where Charles was now buried and where his DNA was now under the soil.
“But, frankly, as you can see from this picture, most of the people coming are young males and, yes, they may be coming from countries that are not in a very happy state, they may be coming from places that are poorer than us, but the EU has made a fundamental error that risks the security of everybody.”
"Call your congressman and feel free, you can lightly threaten them and say, you know what, if you don't start supporting election integrity, I'm coming after you, Madison Cawthorn is coming after you, everybody's coming after you," Cawthorn had said at the event, which was first flagged by The Charlotte Observer.
- the act of drawing spatially closer to something
- of the relatively near future
- arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous)
- the temporal property of becoming nearer in time
- the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
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Call your congressman and feel free you can lightly threaten them and say you know what if you don't start supporting election integrity I'm coming after you Madison Cawthorn is coming after you everybody's coming after you Cawthorn had said at the event which was first flagged by The Charlotte Observer