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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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And the main group of the homecoming dresses' consumers are teenage girls who are at schools, so the pricing must be affordable according to the average consumption level of theirs.
The Nokomis Homecoming Association invites everyone to make plans to come out and enjoy the weekend activities and support the park district.
The "Homecoming: A Film by Beyonce" will be available on Netflix starting on April 17.
There's another very clear example of a link between 'Homecoming' and the singer.
"'Homecoming' is more than about shopping," said Faraz Khalid, CEO of Noon.
Homecoming, being a high school movie, sets it apart from not only other entries in the MCU, but from many superhero movies in general.
In Homecoming though, his story isn't that of a mad scientist out for revenge, or a billionaire businessman gone crazy with power and money.
In June, thousands took to the streets at a homecoming to celebrate the achievements of the Euro 2016 football team.
Homecoming follows the Cruz sisters, Tess and Vicky, who have been separated by years of miscommunication and misunderstanding.
BECAUSE JANE AUSTEN'S BROTHERS, Francis and Charles, had lengthy and successful careers as naval officers, Austen was sensitive to issues of navy homecoming and was familiar with the process.
The chart-topping 22-year-old pop star delivered the tunes "I Love It,'' "Fancy'' and "Boom Clap'' to a crowd of excited high school students at Aspire Pacific Academy's homecoming dance.