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turn full circle

To return to the original or a similar position, situation, or circumstance where one or something started. After the banking sector brought on the economic collapse through lack of federal oversight, things seem to be turning full circle as politicians are beginning to call for deregulation of the industry once again. I used to work in in various kitchens during college to support myself, but now I've turned full circle and am the head chef of my own restaurant.
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Now things have turned full circle and with Mustard's imperious form deserting him last year, Richardson was asked to resume wicketkeeping duties towards the end of the campaign.
You could say things had turned full circle for me.
HBOS have turned full circle on the housing market and now confidently predict the housing market will pick up by around 10 to 15 per cent before the year end, and not plunge further.
HEURELHO GOMES last night admitted his life has turned full circle in the space of a month and told the Spurs fans: "Now you can see I'm good enough.
Now, however, matters have turned full circle when a jockey can be suspended for deliberate abuse of the whip in order to 'earn' a suspension.
The wheel has turned full circle for Louise who started at Morpeth in 1990.
Obviously it looks as if the wheel has turned full circle at present, but I know we will come back.
The de Boer cycle turned full circle, last week when a call from Ronald persuaded Frank to sign for Rangers, as he was about to join Perugia.
The Holland international's career has since turned full circle and he has been one of the key players in the rejuvenation of Rangers.
I was not surprised to learn that St Cadoc's will be playing a match next week against another school, St John Lloyd, so the wheel has turned full circle since my schooldays.
Bees lost a possible 5-1 response in heat five when Ryan Fisher turned full circle on the Coventry turn to earn an exclusion but Richardson outgated Mikael Karlsson again in the re-run to expertly shut the gate on the Wolves No.
The Woolmer wheel turned full circle with his re-appointment as director of coaching for three years, starting early next year.
Now 12 years on, having built a business that's attracted plaudits from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and visits from royalty, their watermill has turned full circle with the couple ready to give it all up.
Mike Newell, Barry Horne and Gary Ablett all enjoyed varying degrees of success at Blues while Steve Bruce's career, of course, turned full circle as he became the manager who gave Furlong the boot.