nonarrival

nonarrival

(ˌnɒnəˈraɪvəl)
n
the act of not arriving
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nonarrival

[ˈnɒnəˈraɪvl] nmancato arrivo
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But there was huge disappointment for everyone with the nonarrival of new British Under-21 champion Robert Lambert after a mechanical breakdown on the motorway prevented him getting to Tyneside after returning from Germany where he had been racing on Saturday.
(3) It is difficult to judge the nonoccurrence or nonarrival for RFID primitive events composed into the complex event.
But "The Charade" telescopes the energy of amorous despair that our Purple One belted out in the post-LA-riot era of his B side rerelease into the framework of a song that's in part about age-old, chronically fraught and frayed interracial intimacies ("All we wanted was a chance to talk") hitting their grave limit as the "we" and the "us" "[crawl] through a systematic maze to demise" with "degradation so loud that you can't hear the sound of our cries." Collective injury conjoins with what feminist critic Sara Marcus might call "political disappointment," a brilliant formulation in which she theorizes the political feeling attached to, as she calls it, "the nonarrival of the expected or desired object."
"The Nonarrival of Godot: Initiation into the Sacred Void," Bloom s Modern Critical Interpretations: Waiting for Godot.
The NEC admitted administrative mistakes that accompanied the electoral process relating to nonarrival of electoral materials to some polling stations in different areas of Sudan, noting that the voting was not conducted at some stations for security or logistical reasons.
This ensures that nonarrival of mail is not due to an incorrect address.
The arrival of Tergestea's cargo meant that despite the nonarrival of Istria, Dielpi, Camperio, and Pozarica, Rome had delivered the extra fuel Rommel had requested to conduct his 30 August offensive.
In the last several years, I've had five recurring dreams that obviously concern my "position": the dream of the small entranceway, the dream of nonarrival, the dream of the L-shaped classroom, the dream of the rickety elevator, and the dream of doing the breaststroke in air, a dream I've actually had my whole life.
The arrival (or expected but nonarrival) of such a sister or brother is what I call 'the sibling trauma'.
Several hours later, the same voice will apologise for the nonarrival of the taxi because there has been a hold-up/accident/ police cordon/road block/outbreak of World War Three.
But Callum Tarren, the Durham County champion from the Dinsdale Spa club in Darlington, who had expected to be at university on a golf scholarship in America by now, has been delayed by the nonarrival of his visa.
The nonarrival of winter in the Northeast sent consumers mixed messages: Last year two weekend December storms devastated sales in this region.