start back

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visich auf den Rückweg machen; we started back for homewir machten uns auf den Heimweg; the rocket started back to earthdie Rakete trat die Rückreise zur Erde an
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Tomorrow Uncle Henry and I must start back for Kansas.
I could see many of the younger Counsellors start back in manifest horror, as the Sphere's circular section widened before them.
Jogging Buddies sessions run across Renfrewshire in a number of locations and start back this week.
He's back on the go and I think he should be ready to start back at Leopardstown."
Crabbie's Grand National hero Pineau De Re will start back on the road to Aintree in the autumn.
And tomorrow, Joanne is due to start back in her official role as an official BHA steward at Chepstow racecourse.
Alyssa Young of Marsden Moor National Trust said: "In November the plants were wrapped in fleece to add an extra layer of protection, and there will be a grand unveiling as the volunteers start back again this month."
Antoine-Curier said: "I haven't closed the door on them and I've been told I can train with the club when they start back on June 20 if I haven't found something else by then."
They'll have the weekend off and start back on Monday focusing on Plymouth.
Pupils at English Martyrs RC Primary, in Fenham, Newcastle, were due to start back on Wednesday.
Experienced prop Kelvin Todd and lock Steve Stewart start back against Luton after missing last weekend's action at Webb Ellis Road when Lions went down 12-10 to Cinderford and drew 10-10 with Reading in two 50-minute games, scoring tries through newly-signed winger Adie Hales, Wilf Barclay, Chris Murphy and Phil Greenbury.