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    Really misleading thread title. But as I just posted as a main page comment:

    should (shŏŏd)
    aux.v.

    Used to express probability or expectation:

    de·lay (dĭ-lā')
    n.

    The act of postponement

    Original article: "should land sometime tomorrow, October 2nd (barring any more delays)."

    ...Figure it out yet?

    If it helps: "delay implies a holding back, usually unexpected or by interference, from completion or arrival"

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