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must get to vs must arrive to

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must get to

15,700,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • (Emma) Yes, I must get to Fairhaven.
  • I must get to Palermo today, a friend is waiting for me.
  • No! We must get to the inn before nightfall.
  • We must get to the other side of this star field before the Blorgons intercept.
  • We must get to Moscow before dawn.
  • We must get to Roscoff before dark.
  • We must get to the main hangar to repel them.
  • My husband and I must get to Bisbee urgently.

must arrive to

386,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Directions The Hostal El Pilar is located just in the center of Madrid. If you arrive by subway you must arrive to "Sol" station; there are 3 lines here (1,2 and 3).
  • Instead, if it is wanted to be gone to Formentera, it before must arrive to Ibiza in airplane and from taking one to them of the ferries, with a short travel, the island to Formentor connects very well.
  • You must arrive to a "non return point" with the new language, a point in which you will not give up, anymore.
  • The recent market surveys of the section beginning from indicate a radical change of direction to the crisis 2015: Genoa must arrive to that appointment with the papers in rule and as it is said in ready marinaresco jargon to leave .
  • The Luxembourg summit must arrive at something similar to monetary union.
  • I will not never accept
  • it has specified
  • to sit me to a table with that it says me: "the Marine one is not touched and must arrive there to any cost".

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