I've just arrived

I've just arrived   
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I've just arrived from Alaska to attend the funeral.' 'What funeral?' you'll say.
'I've just arrived here so I am not in a position to share further details,' he said.
"I've just arrived but you can feel the way they play, the players they have, the coach they have, the club, so yes I still think they are the best team."
"I've just arrived, I'm seeing how everything works here, I have to get used to it.
When he was first stopped by police, Li, who arrived in the UK last May to start a two-year course in English at Stirling University, told them: "I've just arrived in the UK and don't know the law."
I've just arrived in San Francisco, on the first leg of this October adventure.
"It's not easy because I've just arrived from Africa and I will have had five days of training before we play Newcastle.
Greetings from Geneva in Switzerland today, I've just arrived ahead of my gig in Oftringen tonight with Deeptown Music's DJ Le Baron and friends before tomorrow heading down to Zurich tomorrow where I'll be joining Grant Nelson to play at 2.Akt.
I know I've just arrived but I can't wait to come back, make music and perform with your artists."
I was in a taxi on my way home after a night out when the taxi driver became lost, and since I've just arrived from London.
"I've just arrived in a car that's been developed for Nico and for Michael (Schumacher), so it's taking some time to adapt it to how I like to drive.
This inevitably leaves one to ask the banal question: "Will there be peace in our lifetime?" J Street In a mass email sent on 5 May, Jeremy Ben-Ami, the head of the pro-Israel lobby group J Street, wrote to his supporters: "I've just arrived in Israel with a delegation of leaders on our annual fact-finding mission to the region." He added: "It's an energizing time to be here.