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One day she just walked out and never returned.
Be careful. We want you to return to base in one piece.
And when do you return from Paris?
He returned home around midnight.
I see that the good weather has returned.
If the nausea returns, take one of these pills.
All my fears returned when I realized he’d gone to see her again.
She had to return the dress because it didn’t fit.
Please complete the questionnaire and return it to the personnel department.
I waved and called to her, and she returned my greeting.
I’m sorry I wasn’t able to return your phone call earlier.
Thanks for helping me. I’ll try to return the favour some day.
As soon as we started shooting, the enemy returned our fire.
The £10,000 she invested returned a handsome profit.
She usually returns serve very well.
The voters returned her to parliament last year.
It seems unlikely that the President will be returned to office.