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- n. Plural form of return.
- n. Merchandise returned to a retailer or wholesaler by a purchaser.
- n. Unsold merchandise returned to the supplier.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of return.
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Once Mr. Rubin returns from the middle east begging for another bailout, I'm sure he'll jump right on this.
Another word returns from the deepest recesses of childhood: “Moscovite,” the word spoken by my parents with special contempt, in reference to those Hungarian Communists who returned to Budapest with the Red Army.
As the title returns to the Bronx for the first time since the flag was raised after the
Billed as a direct sequel to the 1994 "Sonic and Knuckles," the title returns the series to its Genesis roots.
Mummy returns is a serious waste of space in every way shape and form …. why do they keep making bad sequels to good movies?
A sequel to the hit zombie slaying Call of Duty iPhone game, the new title returns to the "Death Swamp" and offers up a plethora of "new characters, massive new location, deadly new Wunderwaffe DG-2, new traps, and the addition of Hellhounds to the attacking legions of Undead."
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When labeling pipe slope in percent, my label returns a positive percent when flowing down hill.
A point from their lunchtime kick-off against Arsenal today will be enough to ensure that the title returns to Old Trafford and, while there will be a small amount of amusement to be taken from studying whether Arsene Wenger will be able to witness of all of this with any grace (conventional wisdom says no, but the smart money is on a lot of smiling through gritted teeth), for those of us of a certain age, it will be the end of an era because if or when Manchester United win this year's Premier League, they will tie Liverpool's record of eighteen championship wins.
In recent weeks, banks such as Credit Suisse Group have lowered expectations for long-term returns on equity.
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