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Synonyms for homeward-bound

oriented toward home


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The unit's last deployment, which was scheduled to end in January 2003, was extended until May when its homeward-bound aircraft carrier was ordered to turn around near Australia.
25 Years Ago Thousands of homeward-bound motorists were stranded in traffic jams yesterday when a triple peril forced police to close the Aston Expressway.
Yet the homeward-bound USS Lincoln had to be slowed, even repositioned, to insure an azure background for the presidential photo-op.
The winter of 1918-19, after the Armistice that had stopped the slaughter of World War I, saw the American troops homeward-bound in every ship available, but the Canadians at Kinmel Park, Bodelwyddan, near St Asaph, remained and as the weeks went by became restive.
HOMEWARD-BOUND toff Tim's eviction percentage was sold down with Sporting yesterday after opening at an
He is scheduled to make a stop at Novosibirsk in western Siberia on his homeward-bound 10,000-kilometer train journey after a three-week trip for a one-day summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The eighteenth century witnessed an increase in this practice by homeward-bound naus from Goa, and even occasionally those originating in Macao.
The homeward-bound Americans stand at attention on the deck as 2 tug boats steadily pull it away.
Homeward-bound Brits also faced havoc at Spanish airports.
On the day of their departure, homeward-bound UK passengers can have their luggage picked up and their boarding passes delivered right in their hotel lobby.
Indonenia's state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina has announced that when the exodus of Raman-Eid homeward-bound travelers nears its peak on Saturday, August 3, subsidized gasoline consumption would grow by up to 30 percent.
After sitting motionless for eight hours, they would then retrace their steps and climb back on the homeward-bound bus.
THE Round the World Clipper Race is almost homeward-bound.
Running the gauntlet amid plumes of water and smoke from attacking Nazi aircraft is this plucky passenger liner - unidentified because of wartime censorship - homeward-bound packed with troops of the Norwegian Expeditionary Force from Namsos to a 'port in northern Britain' (presumably Liverpool) as published on May 11, 1940.
A band of homeward-bound travellers were stopped in their tracks by police investigating the theft of a coach.