The book offers a tour of the hundred years of the company, from the advent of the Model T to the sleek Taurus.
Thanks to the digitization of entertainment goods and the advent of 3-D printing, a host of new applications are possible.
With the advent of forces like the digital age and climate change, fashion is charting previously unforeseen territory.
Environmentalists have responded warily to the advent of gas.
The Iron Curtain and the advent of the Cold War was one such effect.
Otherwise, there was little chance of many bids for the place, but his advent changed the outlook.
The visitor's advent was announced again by the brass knocker on the front door.
With the advent of better times it is often very difficult to enrol them once again in the ranks of industry.
He had so long and so passionately looked for the advent of that moment!
He found himself regarding the advent of Doctor Sarson as possessing some secondary significance.
"important arrival," 1742, an extended sense of Advent "season before Christmas" (Old English), from Latin adventus "a coming, approach, arrival," in Church Latin "the coming of the Savior," from past participle stem of advenire "arrive, come to," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + venire "to come" (see venue). In English, also sometimes extended to the Pentecost.
The coming of Jesus, either in the Incarnation of biblical times or in the Second Coming at the end of the world. Also, a time observed in many Christian churches in December to prepare for Christmas.
The return of Jesus, prophesied in the New Testament, to judge the living and the dead and bring about the final triumph of good over evil. The writings of the Apostles in the New Testament express the belief that the Second Coming will happen soon and suggest that it may happen within a generation of their own time. (See Judgment Day.)
Note: Several Christian denominations, such as the Seventh-Day Adventists and the Jehovah's Witnesses, are founded on a similar belief about the imminence of Jesus' return.