appear at

appear at

To arrive at or be in a particular location at a certain time. My sister's favorite singer is appearing at the mall today. I'm stuck in traffic, so I won't appear at the party for a while.
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appear at

some place to perform at a particular place. She is appearing at the Bijou all month. I will appear at Carnegie Hall soon.
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appear at some time

to arrive at a particular time. I am due to appear at the council at noon. I will appear at the meeting whenever my plane gets in.
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References in classic literature ?
In many cases this could not be otherwise: thus the inherited peculiarities in the horns of cattle could appear only in the offspring when nearly mature; peculiarities in the silkworm are known to appear at the corresponding caterpillar or cocoon stage.
To appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court on January 15.
To appear at Coventry Magistrates Court on Janaury 5.
Sc (Pass) Part- 1 and Part-11 from Nuzrath Girls College Hyderabad have been advised to appear at Government Girls College Hyderabad.
Sc (Pass) Part-I and Part-II from Government College Shahdadpur shall appear at Government Girls College Sanghar.
The methyl peaks appear at 2,962/2,952 (split peak), 2,868 and 1,377 [cm.
The aromatic ring breathing modes appear at 1,601, 1,493 and 1,452 [cm.
On the other hand, Choice reviews also make comments which do not appear at all in the Wilkinson list.
These distant galaxies, unlike the Milky Way and its neighbors, would appear at rest with respect to the cosmic background radiation.
Now she and Slyuta have prepared an article about the domes' nature and origin for the journal EARTH, MOON AND PLANETS, scheduled to appear at about the time Magellan goes into orbit around Venus.
As the expansion of the universe is carrying distant galaxies away from us, these resonance lines will appear shifted to the red by some amount from the wavelengths at which they appear at rest in the laboratory.
In contrast, says Olson, "core-spot' pairs appear to move westward and poleward; they appear at midlatitudes under the Indian Ocean, intensifying as they drift under South Africa and into the southern Atlantic Ocean.