A tiny fraction of $83 billion in liquor store revenue comes from deliveries.
We began to plan our first deliveries of medicine, water and first aid supplies.
The ground explodes and for us, the last troops left to finish out the war, we dodge the deliveries but understand the message.
When their mother, Paula Deen, started a sandwich delivery business in 1989, the boys took charge of deliveries.
In 2009 midwives performed 637 deliveries and transferred another 160 patients to the hospital either before or during labor.
The officials failed to pay with punctuality to the growers the contracted value of the deliveries to the State stores.
Such contracts for future deliveries are not only common but customary.
The deliveries that for Mr. Simcox had never been deliveries were now, not deliveries, but avalanches.
Would his chum make the deliveries if he gave him a list of the customers?
The May deliveries comprised thirty-nine requisitioned steel vessels, four contract steel and one contract wooden ship.
early 15c., "action of handing over to another," from Anglo-French delivrée, noun use of fem. past participle of Old French délivrer (see deliver). Childbirth sense is attested from 1570s. Of speech, from 1580s. Of a blow, throw of a ball, etc., from 1702.
delivery de·liv·er·y (dĭ-lĭv'ə-rē, -lĭv'rē)
The expulsion or extraction of a child and the fetal membranes through the birth canal into the external world.