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return

 [re-tern´]
a coming back.
venous return the flow of blood into the heart from the peripheral vessels.

return

(rē-tŭrn'),
1. Going or coming back; in cardiology, refers to blood flow.
2. In phlebotomy, the appearance of blood in the hub of the venipuncture apparatus.
[M.E., fr. L.L. retorno, , to turn again]
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But Darlington manager Dave Penney will have to shuffle the troops again for the return game, as Tommy Wright is out with medial knee ligament damage, Parker is very unlikely to recover from a hamstring injury, while Alan White faces a race against time to shake off a dead leg.
He hopes to return to more attacking duties in the return game and said: "I am not used to defending so much but I will do anything to help the team.
A return game at Anfield - yet to be scheduled - will raise funds for the Liverpool FC Foundation which delivers a range of initiatives that inspire people from all walks of life to make positive change happen for themselves and their communities.
He's a legitimate offensive threat and I think we have some serious weapons in the return game.
Jurgen Klopp, whose Dortmund side beat Arsenal two weeks ago, is expecting a tough return game.
Victory in next Sunday's return game will effectively seal Quins' place in the last eight.
County failed to see the job through as they went down 4-2 in the return game in Manchester.
O'Connell will miss Saturday's return game against the Ospreys and three Magners League matches.
In the return game a desperate extra time goal from Paul Robinson opened the path to glory as Whitley Bay won 3-2 to set up their second FA Vase final in a row.
The Armenian president came to Turkey to watch the return game in 2009.
The Reds won 2-1 in the Champions League opener, and were held to a 2-2 draw in the return game.
Midfielder Shunsuke Nakamura scored a brilliant freekick at Old Trafford two years ago when Celtic lost 3-2 at the same stage of the competition but the Japan international's replica goal in the return game at Parkhead took Gordon Strachan's men into the last 16 of the tournament for the first time.