“Return” in the news
|able to return|
|decided to return|
|did not return|
Publications and example sentences
· Energy Transfer: Showing The Strength Of The Midstream Model →
The presence of the contracts also effectively guarantees that the company will generate a positive return on its investment (or at least as close to a guarantee that we can get in this business).
· Guidelines float quarantine 'bubbles' to restart film and TV →
While saying the guidelines were “essential” to enable the industry to return to full production, Screen Australia chief executive Graeme Mason noted that “each production will need to have their own individual plan”, tailored to its specific conditions.
· COVID-19 could cause $8.5 trillion loss in global output, warns UN chief Antonio Guterres →
he said adding that the world cannot contemplate a return to the same failed priorities and systems.
· Jobless students stranded in Australia turn to handouts →
The single mum with two children in the Philippines said returning was not an option.
· Seven, Foxtel withhold AFL payment but new contract nears →
Quarters have been cut to 16 minutes plus time on for the remainder of this season but McLachlan confirmed on Friday that the length of matches would return to normal from next season.
The China Post
· Hello and welcome: robot waiters to the rescue amid virus →
Their duties will include greeting customers, serving drinks and dishes and returning used glasses and crockery.
· Surge in deaths in North Darfur raises fears of disastrous Covid-19 outbreak →
Anyway in El Fasher we don’t do this Covid-19 test, we have to send it to Khartoum and it can take five days to return,” they said.
The New York Times
· The Return to School →
The return of Australian children to school has been one of the country’s most hotly debated topics, with feuds breaking out between federal and state officials while parents and teachers grapple with their own fears and frustrations.
The China Post
· Travel disruptions challenge global transplant deliveries →
PETAH TIKVA, Israel (AP) — Over the past two months, as air travel ground to a halt, Mishel Zrian has crisscrossed the Atlantic and the United States dozens of times, sleeping in empty airports and unable to return home to see his family in Israel, all in a race against time to deliver life-saving transplants.
· Southwestern Energy: Bullish On Gas Prices, But Clarity On 2021 Hedges Needed →
While these returns have been strong and some might be tempted to call a top, I believe that more upside remains.