Some articles on returning:
... the herd, they move it to the other end of the arena and keep it from returning to the herd ... If the cow gives up on returning to the herd, the rider can signal the horse to return to the herd and select another cow ... a cow before it obviously loses interest in returning to the herd ...
... Those returning by the same route can save time by using a bicycle ... If returning by the Allt na Cruaiche route (see below), a direct descent of the south east face may be obstructed by steep slabs, but these can be avoided by first returning to the ...
... Guest star Scenario Total viewers Audience share Hamish Blake Car mechanic returning home to be confronted by his multiple wives ... Ben Miller Star Trek-like spaceship captain returning to his ship ... enquiry / People at a Dating service Paul Merton A secret agent returning to headquarters after a mission in Geneva ...
... After returning to New York on 31 May by way of Reykjavík and Halifax, West Cheswald made a brief trip to Philadelphia and back before she worked her way down the East Coast to Norfolk ... After returning to the Americas, West Cheswald visited Saint Thomas, San Juan, and Mayagüez in the Caribbean before returning to Philadelphia on 28 April ... for Loch Ewe, West Cheswald also visited Methil, Southend, and Oban, before returning to New York on 11 August ...
More definitions of "returning":
- (adj): Tending to return to an earlier state.
Famous quotes containing the word returning:
“They will visit you at your convenience, whether you are lonesome or not, on rainy days or fair. They propose themselves as either transient acquaintances or permanent friends. They will stay as long as you like, departing or returning as you wish. Their friendship entails no obligation. Best of all, and not always true of our merely human friends, they have Cleopatras infinite variety.”
—Clifton Fadiman (b. 1904)
“The hotel was once where things coalesced, where you could meet both townspeople and travelers. Not so in a motel. No matter how you build it, the motel remains the haunt of the quick and dirty, where the only locals are Chamber of Commerce boys every fourth Thursday. Who ever heard the returning traveler exclaim over one of the great motels of the world he stayed in? Motels can be big, but never grand.”
—William Least Heat Moon [William Trogdon] (b. 1939)
“Earth in beauty dressed
Awaits returning spring.
All true love must die,
Alter at the best
Into some lesser thing.
Prove that I lie.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)