For most, the lakeside area is too remote; the delivery too logistically complicated.
But the only reason I noticed is that this, and the smaller bag of sugar, was that the offer came from their delivery service.
Two days later, a delivery man brings a large, cylindrical package to my door.
Thankfully, Bobby was in the delivery room for the first and the second.
Her delivery—airy and a little tepid—is familiar from her long-running reality series.
A much larger and more tempting sum was offered for the delivery of Marti, dead or alive.
The incongruity of its position is to be referred to the lateness of its delivery.
In less than a week after the delivery of the last letter, about six oclock in the evening, my plot was ripe, and I seized my man.
The tobacco was to be paid for on its delivery at Fredericksburg.
When the head presents, for instance, the delivery takes place in nearly the same manner, let it be in what position it may.
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.