Some articles on returned:
... The League evolved out of concern for the welfare of returned servicemen from the (1914 – 1918) first World War ... During 1916, a conference recommended the formation of The Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia (RSSILA) which included representation from Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria ... In 1940, the name of the League changed to the Returned Sailors' Soldiers' and Airmens Imperial League of Australia (RSSAILA), and a subsequent change of name took ...
... a shakedown cruise to Cuba and Haiti in the spring, the USS Savannah returned to Philadelphia on 3 June for alterations followed by final trials off Rockland, Maine ... However, the Munich agreement had postponed the war, so the Savannah returned to Norfolk on 18 October ... The Savannah returned to Long Beach on 14 November, and soon thereafter, she was overhauled at the Mare Island Navy Yard in San Francisco Bay ...
... The Returned and Services League of Australia (often abbreviated to RSL) is a support organisation for men and women who have served or are serving in ... It was formed as the Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia in 1916, became the Returned Sailors', Soldiers' and Airmens Imperial League of Australia in 1940, and ...
... Will later returned to the Bay on a number of occasions to see his friends and family ... His first being when brother Nick (Chris Egan) ran away as he was in trouble, he later returned after drifting apart from Gypsy ... He also returned for his younger sister Hayley Lawson's (Bec Hewitt) wedding to Noah (Beau Brady) ...
... In 610, Mellitus returned to Italy to attend a council of bishops, and returned to England bearing papal letters to some of the missionaries ... Mellitus returned to England the following year, after Æthelberht's successor had been converted to Christianity, but he was unable to return to London, whose inhabitants remained ...
Famous quotes containing the word returned:
“Our memories are card indexes consulted and then returned in disorder by authorities whom we do not control.”
—Cyril Connolly (19031974)
“A steam ran small and terrible and shrill;
it was so still;
the stream ran from the oak-copse
and returned and ran
back into shadow.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“I was used to yearning for you. After you returned my love, I felt unsettled and vaguely aggrieved.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)