- v. Simple past tense and past participle of return.
“Funds with Ginnie Mae or GNMA in their name returned an average of 5.8% in the 12 months through August, according to preliminary data from fund tracker Morningstar Inc., and 6.8% annualized over five years.”
“My expectation is that they'll attack her as if she's Vladimir Lenin returned from the dead.”
“Modin returned from a six-game absence (groin) and had five shots in the first period.”
“Without carrying the lock with him, he went directly to his shop, and at the expiration of his term returned, applied his instrument, and open flew the lock.”
“The way he called me son instead of my name returned me to southern Texas in the days before World War Two; days when the slightest error in words could hold dire consequences for a black man.”
“Her eyes glared hotly and then her expression returned to one of self-pity.”
“At the conclusion of his term returned to his home at Wheatland, near”
“At the expiration of his term returned to his home at Fremont, Ohio.”
“The label returned to London last September, after a decade of showing in Milan bringing along an A-list audience, including Anna Wintour.”
“But he built a lead behind his jab as the more-experienced Jones looked to unload on the inside, and a strong final round ensured the title returned to Cumbria.”
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