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  • "Return" is the first chapter of the comic book series, Arrow: Season 2.5, and the first chapter in the Blood arc. It was released digitally on September 1, 2014 and in a printed collection on October 8, 2014.
  • Return is an unnamed, anime-only, Slot Magic Spell.
  • The greatest player of Realots the server has ever seen. Claimed to have the best pvp, all we know is that he's made more frags than any other character in-game. Often rushed into fights solo vs 5-10-15. Currently leader of the mightiest guild - Black Rose. Some of the most outstanding frags contain: Soloing Delta blaze at 280 vs 240. Fragging Flomes and Linda at rnh's peak times. Fighting solo vs 10, performing 4 frags. Loved by his friends, feared by enemies.
  • |-|KMS 1.2.256= File:Skill Return.png 복귀 * Class: Kinesis * Type: Active * Maximum Level: 1
  • Return is a song by Martin in "Bart's Friend Falls in Love "
  • Return is the 57th chapter of Inheritance. It takes the point of view of Eragon.
  • Return returns to the bind point.
  • This song has been featured on the compilation album Graduation from Lie.
  • Return is a paramedic that exclusively appears on the video game LEGO Island. He is always seen with fellow paramedic Enter.
  • After Neelix calls Naomi Wildman to dinner, Flotter expresses concern that Naomi is growing older and coming to the forest less often. Trevis reassures him that everyone returns to the forest, a statement confirmed when Kathryn Janeway joins them.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Return Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Return (おんがえし Return) is a Normal-type move introduced in Generation II.
  • Edgar Wildrat returned to the Caribbean for a brief moment with his stealthy ship: The HMS Night Cutlass. He returned to do business with Samuel Redbeard, however upon entering his employees household he was turned away by the maid saying that Samuel was very tired and was asleep. Now he is returning with haste to England. First taking a black-painted ship to a large British ship-of-the-line. This voyage will take approximately a week assuming the weather stays fair. He will be staying in the Caribbean until Wednesday where he will depart after a business trip with the Council of Liraia.
  • the planet of return home planet of A.I. Deliah
  • A skill conforming to the fantasy trope of 'Turn Undead'. Property of the Paladin and Priest classes, it immedeately removes all undead from the battlefield.
  • Ends program execution and returns to calling program, if any. If the program was run from the homescreen, it quits and displays "Done." This is different from Stop, as Stop will return to the homescreen regardless of caller, while Return will cause the code to return to the caller, only returning to the home screen if the program wasn't called by another program.
  • Full: All adjacent foes are Crippled for 3...7 seconds. Shadow Step to target other ally's location. Concise: Inflicts Crippled condition (3...7 seconds) on all foes adjacent to you. You Shadow Step to target ally's location. Cannot self-target. __TOC__
  • In the chapter Return, the current whereabouts of Dr. Gerry Harding's group and the prominent InGen personnel inside the Control Room are revealed. It also briefly discusses John Arnold's thoughts on the current situation with the power outage.
  • Return (戻(もど)す Modosu) is a form of moving a card to an "original" location. Moving cards from the field, Graveyard, Banished Zone, or Extra Deck to the hand; moving a card to the Extra Deck (face-down) or the Main Deck; moving a banished card to the Graveyard; and moving a temporarily banished card back where it was originally with the effect that banished it are all forms of returning. Changing control of a monster to its owner is referred to as returning control, and putting a revealed card back in its original position is referred to as returning to its original position. __FORCETOC__
  • Return is the twenty-sixth episode of .hack//SIGN and marks the end of the TV series.
  • The return keyword is used to return a value from a function. function equal_to( %arg0 , %arg1 ) { return ( %arg0 == %arg1 ); } echo( equal_to(10,11) ); // prints 0 echo( equal_to(11,11) ); // prints 0
  • Harry Potter: James and Lily Potter are alive. Grey Harry/Ginny
  • This spell may be used to enchant a single small item the size of a coin, a ring, or similar. The item will magically return to the spell's caster one hour after it is separated from him or her. Regardless of the distance or whether the object was stolen, sold, or given away, it will always return to the caster unless the spell is deliberately negated.
  • "Return" is a collaborative single by all members of Livin' Life Records, featuring funk and disco legend and guitarist Nile Rodgers. The song is 6 minutes and 4 seconds in length, and is a disco, funk, and pop influenced song. Written by all Livin Life members, and produced by Zachary Phylson, LewisLoud, DJ TRAKZ, and Nile Rodgers. The song was released on March 6, 2016 as a comeback single. Since August 2015 due to difficulties, no member of the record label was able to release new music, and all members went on hiatus despite releasing hardly anything throughout 2015. Rapsta Chik (the head of the label) announced that they are all free to release new music now, and all throughout March will begin releasing new material from each artist, as all members are eager to release their new sing
  • Three skylarking high-school students stumble through the open basement door of a leather clothing store and discover a man shot to death. Arriving at the scene, Briscoe and Green assume the victim, store co-owner Saul Caplan, interrupted a robbery in progress; he has a baseball bat in his hand, the lock on the basement door has been forced, the cash register has been emptied and several leather coats are missing. "Looks like the pitcher blew one by him," says Briscoe.
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  • Amanda Simpson, Helena Fasesha, Amanda Preston, Austin Greyhound, Mira Shai, Samantha Drake, Bart Simpson, Louis Chaton-Bereveu, Rachel Layton, Adam Preston, Zachary Phylson, Kelly Ferreira, Lea Braun, Tori Demos
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  • I am back in Rapture, after so many years. The Little Ones I rescued are grown up, and think of me no more. After what I once did to them, it was a joy to be forgotten. But now, all around the world -- children vanish by the sea. Kidnapped. And so, I return... in fear of what I already know: Someone is making new Little Ones... continuing my work, my sins. Even if I am to die for it -- I must stop them.
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Range
  • Touch
pp
  • 20
Box Title
  • Return
Appearances
Tag
  • return
Theme
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  • Return
Date
  • 1989
  • 2377
  • 2010-07-07
Album
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  • Xbox 360
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  • Varies
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  • Law & Order
  • anthology
  • Arrow: Season 2.5
  • Star Trek: Voyager
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  • No
Game
  • Halo 3
  • BioShock 2
  • Halo 3, Halo: The Master Chief Collection
Name
MP
  • 1
Type
  • Normal
  • Grimoire
  • basic
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  • 50.0
Italian
  • ritornare
Romaji
  • Modosu
GS
  • 10
  • 50
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  • Returns to the bind point.
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  • Yes
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  • renvoyer
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Chapter
  • 1
Audio
Speaker
  • Brigid Tenenbaum
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  • 695
  • -
Pages
  • 230
Kanji
Ingredients
  • Pigeon's feather
Online
  • No
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  • Return
  • "Return"
  • "return"
Duration
  • Until item returns to caster
Music
  • 300
Image size
  • 300
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  • warrior
  • mage
  • scout
  • muse
  • priest
  • technist
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  • Finish the final mission of the Campaign on Normal, Heroic, or Legendary.
Color
  • #16192e; white
Format
  • none
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DF
  • -
Before
German
  • zurückgeben
Years
  • 1997
Japanese
  • おんがえし Return Favor
Spanish
  • devolver
After
User
Anthology
  • Strange New Worlds IV
Illustrator
  • NERO
Producers
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  • 100.0
Show
  • Arrow
HP
  • -
IMG
Subtype
  • - / -
Serieslink
  • L&O
Released
  • 2006
  • --09-01
  • --10-08
Target
  • self
Time
  • ?
Inkers
Image File
  • Fasesha comeback.jpg
Korean
  • 되돌리다 Doedollida
NEXT
Pencilers
LP
  • -
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Main
  • Jurassic Park
English
  • return
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  • 1
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  • In the area with two Splicers in the water, on a bench to the right.
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  • "Return" is the first chapter of the comic book series, Arrow: Season 2.5, and the first chapter in the Blood arc. It was released digitally on September 1, 2014 and in a printed collection on October 8, 2014.
  • Return is an unnamed, anime-only, Slot Magic Spell.
  • "Return" is a collaborative single by all members of Livin' Life Records, featuring funk and disco legend and guitarist Nile Rodgers. The song is 6 minutes and 4 seconds in length, and is a disco, funk, and pop influenced song. Written by all Livin Life members, and produced by Zachary Phylson, LewisLoud, DJ TRAKZ, and Nile Rodgers. The song was released on March 6, 2016 as a comeback single. Since August 2015 due to difficulties, no member of the record label was able to release new music, and all members went on hiatus despite releasing hardly anything throughout 2015. Rapsta Chik (the head of the label) announced that they are all free to release new music now, and all throughout March will begin releasing new material from each artist, as all members are eager to release their new singles and albums.
  • The greatest player of Realots the server has ever seen. Claimed to have the best pvp, all we know is that he's made more frags than any other character in-game. Often rushed into fights solo vs 5-10-15. Currently leader of the mightiest guild - Black Rose. Some of the most outstanding frags contain: Soloing Delta blaze at 280 vs 240. Fragging Flomes and Linda at rnh's peak times. Fighting solo vs 10, performing 4 frags. Loved by his friends, feared by enemies.
  • |-|KMS 1.2.256= File:Skill Return.png 복귀 * Class: Kinesis * Type: Active * Maximum Level: 1
  • Three skylarking high-school students stumble through the open basement door of a leather clothing store and discover a man shot to death. Arriving at the scene, Briscoe and Green assume the victim, store co-owner Saul Caplan, interrupted a robbery in progress; he has a baseball bat in his hand, the lock on the basement door has been forced, the cash register has been emptied and several leather coats are missing. "Looks like the pitcher blew one by him," says Briscoe. Interviewing a few locals, the detectives learn that a transvestite prostitute named Toreador acquired an expensive leather coat the previous night. Briscoe and Green find Toreador wearing the coat which is from the victim's store, Becker & Caplan. She/he claims the coat was a gift from a client, Ronnie Ortega, who turns out to be Becker & Caplan's delivery driver. Ortega admits stealing the coat but denies killing Mr. Caplan. Ortega also has an alibi for the night of the murder. The police forensics team discover the basement door lock was opened with a key, despite the appearance of being forced. Briscoe and Green conclude the robbery and murder were an inside job. They visit the home of Caplan's business partner Nathan Becker, where the shiva for Saul Caplan is taking place. Becker is unhappy with the police presence during the mourning ritual but answers their brief questions. One of the employees, Sal Bonafiglio, has a history of burglary convictions and the police bring him in for questioning. Bonafiglio is hostile and defensive in response to questions, leading Briscoe to conclude Bonafiglio is "involved somehow." From Bonafiglio's criminal record the detectives identify his former robbery partner, Eddie Novello. Briscoe and Green wait for Eddie outside his apartment building and find him with a bag full of leather coats from Becker & Caplan. They arrest him. During interrogation it soon becomes clear Eddie is simple-minded. He admits to the break-in and murder, saying the purpose of the break-in was to kill Caplan, after which Bonafiglio told him he could take whatever else he wanted. Bonafiglio also gave Eddie $5000 for the hit. Briscoe and Green subsequently arrest Bonafiglio, who continues to deny any involvement. Van Buren tells her detectives the case against Bonafiglio is weak, relying on the testimony of the highly suggestible Eddie. Furthermore Bonafiglio has no apparent motive, being a trouble-free employee for Becker & Caplan for several years, and examination of his financial records show he could not have afforded to pay Eddie the money for the killing. The detectives are compelled to investigate further. Briscoe and Green discover Bonafiglio frequented a nightclub named Red, which doesn't open until 2AM. "Do you want a nap before we go?" Green asks Briscoe. At the club they discover Bonafiglio used to visit along with Nathan's son Eli, who also works at Becker & Caplan. Eli bought some cocaine and sold some Becker & Caplan coats at Red. The detectives visit the Becker residence again to interview Eli, with Nathan protesting strenuously once more. Eli admits to visiting the club and buying cocaine "in the past" but denies selling stolen coats. The police check the store's sales records, for which Eli was responsible, and they appear correct, but upon further investigation of inventory they discover many missing coats. Ronnie Ortega admits Eli Becker ordered many more coats than appear on the store's financial records and forced Ortega to keep quiet about it. The police assume Caplan found out about Eli Becker stealing and selling coats and thus Eli had Caplan killed. Briscoe and Green set out to arrest Eli Becker as he arrives for work, but he doesn't arrive after the detectives couldn't find him at home. At Becker & Caplan, they ask Nathan where his son is. "Somewhere where you can't get him," Mr. Becker replies. Eli Becker has flown to Israel and is claiming citizenship under the Law of Return. As the DA's office attempts to extradite Eli Becker back to New York, DA Nora Lewin hears protests against the extradition from Councilman Berenson. The councilman argues strongly regarding the meaning of the right of Return to Jewish people, and points out Eli Becker is in prison in Israel (citing the Jonathan Pollard case), while an Israeli court considers the extradition request. McCoy, also present, points out Jonathan Pollard is in an American prison for a crime committed in the USA, and Lewin argues that isn't the point; Eli Becker is wanted for murder in New York. Carmichael investigates further, discovering Eli Becker was adopted and his birth-mother was named Mary-Elizabeth Kelly. "She's about as Jewish as I am," says McCoy. The DAs set out to challenge the legitimacy of Eli Becker's conversion to Judaism in a Rabbinical Court, with the hope that insufficient evidence of Becker's Jewish identity will negate his right of Return to Israel. At a Rabbinical Court in Brooklyn, Carmichael establishes that Eli Becker was born to a Roman Catholic woman and adopted by the Beckers at age 6 months. Carmichael states that conversion to Judaism requires circumcision, the taking of a Hebrew name and a ritual bath known as a mikvah. The Becker family's lawyer, Brad Feldman, provides evidence of Eli's circumcision and Hebrew naming, but none for the mikvah. Accordingly, the rabbis rule that Eli is not Jewish, prompting an angry outburst against them from his father. Lewin is visited again by Councilman Berenson, who continues to try and persuade the DA not to extradite Becker. When Lewin points out Becker isn't even Jewish and has no right of Return, Berenson argues Eli Becker has lived all his life to this point believing he is a Jew and goes on to describe the persecution Jews have experienced throughout history, and argues this should be taken into consideration in the proceedings. McCoy scoffs at this, asking if he has to take the ethnic background of every defendant into account. Berenson is insulted by the suggestion that Jews are "the same as Koreans" (McCoy's example) and goes on to say there will be "political consequences" if the DA continues to pursue Eli. After Berenson leaves, Lewin admits to McCoy she is worried by the political threats, but instructs McCoy to pursue the case normally. Israel extradites Eli back to the USA and New York where he is charged with Saul Caplan's murder. He refuses to answer any questions, allowing Feldman to assert his innocence. But evidence begins to mount against him. McCoy offers Bonafiglio a deal for his testimony, and Bonafiglio states Eli was making so much money from selling the stolen coats he couldn't bear to give it up when discovered by Caplan. Bonafiglio claims Eli paid him $10,000 to arrange Saul Caplan's murder. Interviewed by Carmichael, Saul Caplan's grandson David hints at some dark moments in Eli's past but refuses to testify against him, saying he loves Eli. David Caplan stands to inherit his grandfather's share of the business, whereas Eli Becker is not in line to inherit a share of the business. The trial commences. Ronnie Ortega and Sal Bonafiglio give their testimony, but Feldman establishes that Ortega also stole coats from the company "for your transvestite prostitute girlfriend" and that Bonafiglio made a deal for his testimony. During a recess Feldman makes an offer to McCoy, that Eli serve a negotiated sentence in an Israeli prison. Nathan, continuing to assert his son's complete innocence, argues with Feldman over this. McCoy rejects the offer, stating he intends to seek the death penalty if Eli is found guilty, which shocks the Beckers into silence. Eli takes the stand. At first he calmly denies his involvement in the murder, but McCoy presses on the legitimacy of Eli's status in his world; his adoption and non-Jewishness; his extradition and essential rejection by Israel; the fact he will never be more than an employee at his father's business, Becker & Caplan. Eventually Eli produces a vociferous outburst over these, in particular the fact he will never inherit a share of the business, for which he blames Saul Caplan and over which he expresses jealousy towards David Caplan. During another recess Feldman states Eli will make an allocution if McCoy agrees not to seek the death penalty. McCoy accepts. Nathan continues to protest but Eli silences his father and agrees to the deal, admitting to paying Bonafiglio to have Caplan murdered. He receives a minimum prison sentence of 20 years and is sent back to Tel Aviv to serve his sentence.
  • Return is a song by Martin in "Bart's Friend Falls in Love "
  • Return is the 57th chapter of Inheritance. It takes the point of view of Eragon.
  • Return returns to the bind point.
  • This song has been featured on the compilation album Graduation from Lie.
  • Return is a paramedic that exclusively appears on the video game LEGO Island. He is always seen with fellow paramedic Enter.
  • After Neelix calls Naomi Wildman to dinner, Flotter expresses concern that Naomi is growing older and coming to the forest less often. Trevis reassures him that everyone returns to the forest, a statement confirmed when Kathryn Janeway joins them.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Return Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contests (RSE) Super Contests (DPPt) Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Return (おんがえし Return) is a Normal-type move introduced in Generation II.
  • Edgar Wildrat returned to the Caribbean for a brief moment with his stealthy ship: The HMS Night Cutlass. He returned to do business with Samuel Redbeard, however upon entering his employees household he was turned away by the maid saying that Samuel was very tired and was asleep. Now he is returning with haste to England. First taking a black-painted ship to a large British ship-of-the-line. This voyage will take approximately a week assuming the weather stays fair. He will be staying in the Caribbean until Wednesday where he will depart after a business trip with the Council of Liraia.
  • the planet of return home planet of A.I. Deliah
  • This spell may be used to enchant a single small item the size of a coin, a ring, or similar. The item will magically return to the spell's caster one hour after it is separated from him or her. Regardless of the distance or whether the object was stolen, sold, or given away, it will always return to the caster unless the spell is deliberately negated. While many followers of Ranald use this spell to sell the same goods over and over again to a series of unwitting buyers, there have been several more imaginative uses. More than one captured thief has broken out of prison, for example, when this spell returned a lock-pick to him in his cell, an hour after it was confiscated.
  • A skill conforming to the fantasy trope of 'Turn Undead'. Property of the Paladin and Priest classes, it immedeately removes all undead from the battlefield.
  • Ends program execution and returns to calling program, if any. If the program was run from the homescreen, it quits and displays "Done." This is different from Stop, as Stop will return to the homescreen regardless of caller, while Return will cause the code to return to the caller, only returning to the home screen if the program wasn't called by another program.
  • Full: All adjacent foes are Crippled for 3...7 seconds. Shadow Step to target other ally's location. Concise: Inflicts Crippled condition (3...7 seconds) on all foes adjacent to you. You Shadow Step to target ally's location. Cannot self-target. __TOC__
  • In the chapter Return, the current whereabouts of Dr. Gerry Harding's group and the prominent InGen personnel inside the Control Room are revealed. It also briefly discusses John Arnold's thoughts on the current situation with the power outage.
  • Return (戻(もど)す Modosu) is a form of moving a card to an "original" location. Moving cards from the field, Graveyard, Banished Zone, or Extra Deck to the hand; moving a card to the Extra Deck (face-down) or the Main Deck; moving a banished card to the Graveyard; and moving a temporarily banished card back where it was originally with the effect that banished it are all forms of returning. Changing control of a monster to its owner is referred to as returning control, and putting a revealed card back in its original position is referred to as returning to its original position. __FORCETOC__
  • Return is the twenty-sixth episode of .hack//SIGN and marks the end of the TV series.
  • The return keyword is used to return a value from a function. function equal_to( %arg0 , %arg1 ) { return ( %arg0 == %arg1 ); } echo( equal_to(10,11) ); // prints 0 echo( equal_to(11,11) ); // prints 0
  • Harry Potter: James and Lily Potter are alive. Grey Harry/Ginny
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