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to be late "to do" / "doing" something
1. to be late to do something
2. to be late doing something
Are both correct? Do they mean the same thing?
Owen Hargreaves's timekeeping causes anger | Manchester United - Times Online
He was late to arrive at Manchester airport on Monday morning before the squad flew to Italy for their Champions League quarter-final, first leg away to AS Roma.
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Smith's mother, Virgie Arthur, was late to arrive at the service due to filing an emergency legal motion to halt the burial of her daughter.
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Ronald Rohde, 52, of Boynton Beach was late paying his rent, so his roommate set him on fire.
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