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homecoming

US an annual celebration held by a university, college, or school, for former students

Homecoming

Odyssey
concerning Odysseus’s difficulties in getting home after war. [Gk. Myth.: Odyssey]
You Can’t Go Home Again
revisiting his home town, a writer is disillusioned by what he sees. [Am. Lit.: Thomas Wolfe You Can’t Go Home Again]
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Environment Agency Wales' sustainable fisheries programme launched the Salmon Home Coming Project as a celebratory event and to stimulate the interest of children in the environment of the salmon in their local rivers and in angling as a worthwhile and recreational activity.
It is a home coming for Hatzigeorgiou as he grew up in Greece before moving to the United States in his college years.
Benitez said: "We have two games at home coming up and if we have the same mentality in those games we can talk about more points.
CWMBRAN continued the celebration of their home coming with a sensational eight goal display against an outclassed Oswestry at Cwmbran Stadium.
The Cosmics will be supported by Japanese superstar Yaiko, who has invited them to support her home coming tour in August.