On April 3, Flaherty and 40 other band members traveled to Boston along with a contingent of other New York firefighters.
Other than a contingent of police and Secret Service agents, only the media were on hand to greet the first couple.
Former Texas governor Ann Richards was a big fan of the Texas Rangers, a contingent of which was her protective detail.
Has she been led astray by the pro-Arab contingent of the State Department?
Happiness is not contingent on realizing your hypothetical criteria for success.
Being entirely ignorant of what was going on, the men of this contingent lay close, abiding their time.
The 58th Ohio, (German,) also contained a Cleveland contingent.
He was forced to become the vassal of the king of Babylonia, and furnish a contingent to his army.
Was crowned in Westminster Abbey, but without the American contingent.
I suppose they would have succeeded, too, if a large amount given to the city were not contingent on its preservation.
late 14c., from Old French contingent or directly from Latin contingentem (nominative contingens) "happening, touching," present participle of contingere "to touch" (see contact). The noun is from 1540s, "thing happening by chance;" as "a group forming part of a larger group" from 1727.