Four people in the U.K. were arrested and they are due to plead in court later this month.
Little did Bowie know that the muscle pain was due to an “acutely blocked artery.”
due to the ongoing investigation, the Aurora Police Department would not confirm which chemicals were discovered in the apartment.
Lehrer is already well into his next book, a nonfictional look at presidential debates, due out in 2011.
And if not, it's more than fair to expect a modicum of due diligence.
It seemed that Mary believed her confidence his due, for she told him the fact.
They've put lots of good weight-carriers off the track before they was due to go.
I congratulate you upon the victory, which is due to your skill and energy.
I don't want to trouble him, but I was bound he shouldn't keep from me what was rightly my due.
She had had nothing, and all her starved youth still claimed its due.
early 14c., "customary, regular;" mid-14c., "owing, payable," from Old French deu, past participle of devoir "to owe," from Latin debere "to owe" (see debt).
In reference to points of the compass (e.g. due east) it is attested from c.1600, originally nautical, from notion of "fitting, rightful." As an adverb from 1590s; as a noun from early 15c. Prepositional phrase due to (much maligned by grammarians) is from 1897.