return with

return (from something) with (someone or something)

1. To come back (from some place or thing) bearing something. She returned from her trip with gifts for the kids. A: "John has gone to the hospital to check in on Mary." B: "I hope he returns with good news."
2. To come back (from some place or thing) accompanying someone. The store manager returned with a police officer to arrest the man he'd caught stealing. I should return from the airport with Aunt Lydia around 5 o'clock or so.
3. To come back (from some activity, place, or thing) in possession of something. He returned from his internship with the experience necessary to get a full-time job. It's important to take time off from work so that you can return with a renewed sense of purpose and energy.
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return with something

to come back with something. He went to town and returned with the doctor just in time. She returned with the material they had requested.
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As we topped the ridge and saw the granite gate towers dotting the flowered plain at our feet Ja made a final effort to persuade me to abandon my mad purpose and return with him to Anoroc, but I was firm in my resolve, and at last he bid me good-bye, assured in his own mind that he was looking upon me for the last time.
Crooks, with five others, turned their steps up it; retracing by land the weary course they had made by water, intending, should they not find relief nearer at hand, to keep on until they should reach Henry's Fort, where they hoped to find the horses they had left there, and to return with them to the main body.
There was no game to be met with in the neighborhood; but beavers were occasionally trapped about the river banks, which afforded a scanty supply of food; in the meantime they comforted themselves that some one or other of the foraging detachments would be successful, and return with relief.
Inhabitants, return with confidence to your abodes!
Many will return with midseason premieres in January and February.
The spouse on a joint return with a taxpayer who is eligible for postponements; see id.
But the investment of balance sheet cash involves some variables, and there's a way to maximize return with minimal additional risk.
This form requires a substantial amount of information, especially when the taxpayer files a consolidated return with a significant number of subsidiaries, and consequently is very time consuming to complete.
You can avoid liability for delinquent taxes if you are an innocent spouse even though you signed a joint return with your husband or wife.
Under the interim guidance, if a return with a due date prior to Oct.
And as for replacing that truck and delivering a completed corporate tax return with the click of a mouse?
A change in any of the comparative indices used--whether the published broad market and industry/line-of-business indices or a self-constructed index--will require the company to explain the basis for the change and to provide comparisons of its five-year return with returns on both the new index and the index used in the preceding fiscal year.
any failure that does not prevent or hinder the Internal Revenue Service from processing the return, from correlating the information required to be shown on the return with the information shown on the payee's tax return, or from otherwise putting the return to its intended use.
The accountant had prepared Clause's tax returns since 1978 but had never prepared a return with a section 1042 transaction.
In Jenkins, TC Memo 1989-617, the taxpayer filed a return with a modified jurat.