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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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Is his employer legally obliged to pay for his return ticket even though it was not included as a term in the contract?
He attributed this to job losses in Oman and labourers not buying return tickets when they are heading for annual holidays.
In a bid to attract frequent flyers on domestic routes, national carrier Air India has come out with a scheme that will offers free return tickets to customers.
We had bought three return tickets for Rs42,000 (about Dh2,500) through a travel agent in India.
Virgin Trains, the train operating arm of sir Richard Branson's Virgin empire, and the franchise holder for the West Coast Main Line, has announced that it is offering a number of cheap day return tickets between Glasgow and destinations in the north of England during the middle of July.
I was given Virgin's customers relations number and was told there was no problems with any of their machine and I would have to pay for a new return ticket.
Ahsan said if Musharraf wants he would book his (Musharraf's) return ticket on the same flight which he is taking back to home, but added that he would never represent the former dictator, who is currently on a lecture tour of the US, in a court of law.
Return ticket prices to Delhi and Mumbai start at KWD19 (around AED240), and for Chennai and Kochi at KWD29 (AED366).
A return ticket to Florida from Gatwick will be pounds 547.
Now that I have resigned, am I eligible for a return ticket and can I claim paid leave?
We are offering everyone on board a full refund on both legs of their return tickets and a free return ticket for future use.
The losers are those who live closer to the city centre with passengers not only facing a rise in fares but also seeing the end of any concessions for buying a return ticket.