Return day

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(Law) the day when the defendant is to appear in court, and the sheriff is to return the writ and his proceedings.

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In addition, Rottnest Island Authority and SeaLink are offering all ATE volunteers a free return day trip to Rottnest Island, as well as free bike hire, to thank them for their contribution during the event
Delivery company UPS said that it expects its busiest return day to occur before Christmas for the first time.
"The latest crimes committed by the blood-shedding Zionist regime which murdered the Palestinians attending the Return Day demonstration revealed, once again, the savage and criminal face of a child-killing government to the world," Velayati, who also heads strategic research center of Iranian expediency council, said.
"Palma Hall had several heavy, wooden Jerry Araos pieces which the production had to clear out and return day in, day out," said Buddy.
Still, Facebook has had to be vigilant in attracting new users, especially outside the U.S., and ensuring that existing members return day after day.
TERMS & CONDITIONS Offer is exclusive to Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror Northern Ireland and is based on a return day trip on a Saturday or Sunday from Larne to Cairnryan or Troon.
The blue skies and warm daytime temperatures reaching the 70[degrees]s return day after day.
There's also a return day trip travel for a car plus two passengers from Holyhead for Dublin Port on board one of Stena Line's luxury Superferries.
Lahoud said in a statement today that the Nakba Day has become "the Return Day" par excellence.
For the first time in over 40 years, Statesman Rail will be operating a regular time-tabled steam-hauled train, departing from stations in Lancashire and offering a 260-mile return day trip along the Settle and Carlisle line.
On June 15 it will offer a return day trip from Swansea to Padstow, Cornwall.