return from

return from

some place to come back from some place. I just returned from a research trip in the Amazon basin. When will they return from their vacation?
See also: return
References in classic literature ?
Every one knows the history of the famous return from Elba, a return which was unprecedented in the past, and will probably remain without a counterpart in the future.
Thus, a qualified amended return effectively eliminates accuracy-related penalties, by removing amounts shown on the amended return from the penalty calculation.
For example, when a tax return is entered into the Xpitax Web application, the customized reporting capabilities and real time activity monitoring help accountants track the return throughout the preparation and review process, so they instantly see the location and status of every return from one, easy-to-use interface.
Most individuals should prefer to earn a lower return with a tax-efficient manager than a higher return from a manager that disregards taxes.
A customer since June 1999, Portum has grown its service with Data Return from a simple shared server agreement to a dedicated clustered server architecture incorporating Microsoft Corp.