Returns

Some articles on returns:

Frosty Returns
... Frosty Returns is an animated Christmas television special starring Jonathan Winters as the narrator and John Goodman as the voice of Frosty the Snowman ... Regardless, Frosty Returns, in addition to its CBS showings that follow the 1969 original, has been coupled with the original on the 2007 DVD release ...
IRS Penalties - Late Information Return Penalties
... Certain types of returns do not require payment of tax ... Late filing of partnership returns can result in penalties of $195 per month per partner ... Similar penalties may apply to S corporation returns ...
Derek Powers - Returns
... Blight returns in the Batman Beyond series, of the “Industrial Revolution” storyline ... No longer using his artificial skin, Blight now wears a containment suit to keep the radiation he's emitting held back ...
Weather Radars - Data Types - Reflectivity (in Decibel or DBZ) - How To Read Reflectivity On A Radar Display
... Radar returns are usually described by colour or level ... The colours in a radar image normally range from blue or green for weak returns, to red or magenta for very strong returns ... increase with the severity of the returns ...
Kevin Buchanan - Storylines - Returns
... Kevin returns on August 16 and August 17, 2007 to attend the funeral of his adopted grandfather, Asa ...

Famous quotes containing the word returns:

    Under the spell of moonlight, music, flowers or the cut and smell of good tweeds, I sometimes feel the divine urge for an hour, a day or maybe a week. Then it is gone an my interest returns to corn pone and mustard greens, or rubbing a paragraph with a soft cloth.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)

    The insolence of base minds in success is boundless; and would scarce admit of a comparison, did not they themselves furnish us with one in the degrees of their abjection when evil returns upon them.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    To be worst,
    The lowest and most dejected thing of fortune,
    Stands still in esperance, lives not in fear.
    The lamentable change is from the best;
    The worst returns to laughter. Welcome, then,
    Thou unsubstantial air that I embrace!
    The wretch that thou hast blown unto the worst
    Owes nothing to thy blasts.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)