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Harry had met Olivia shortly after his return from India.
Back at the hotel, John was packing for his return to London.
On her return to England, she published an account of her travels.
the country’s return to democratic rule
After a long winter, they eagerly awaited the return of spring.
No returns are allowed on sale merchandise.
Your deposit will be refunded upon return of the bicycle.
We were able to get a return of 10% on our investment.
This represents a likely return on capital of over 20% in the first year.
I’d like two returns to Glasgow, please.
We could queue for returns on the day of the concert.
Early returns show that the Labour Party is in the lead.
Press ‘Return’ if you wish to proceed.
Williams hit a wonderful return.