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Returning to Britain in 1848, he became the Commanding Royal Engineer for the London District in 1855 and Deputy Inspector-General of Fortifications the following year.
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Returning to Britain, he found that the climate made him sick, leading him to register with a doctor, Edward A. Gregg, who recommended that he try nudism.
Returning to England once again, he found that he was sympathetic to the American colonists in their quarrel with Britain.
Returning to Connecticut, from 1851 to 1855, he was “ superintendent of common schools ”, and principal of the Connecticut State Normal School at New Britain, Connecticut.
Returning to Britain in 2003 to pick up the Overseas Player of the Decade Award at the Premier League 10 Seasons Awards, Cantona said of his premature retirement, " When you quit football it is not easy, your life becomes difficult.
Returning to Britain, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester acquired Barnwell Manor in Northamptonshire, while retaining an apartment in Kensington Palace.
Returning to Upper Canada, in December 1833 he renamed the Colonial Advocate simply The Advocate, a sign that he no longer valued the tie to Great Britain.
Returning to Britain, Neagle and Wilcox commenced with They Flew Alone ( 1942 ; shot after but released before Forever and a Day ).
Returning to Britain in June 1947, he undertook a six month course at the Staff College, before receiving a two year posting as senior personnel staff officer of No. 21 Group, Flying Training Command.
Returning to Britain, she began work on another sitcom with Cash but pulled out, leaving Cash to write with Phil Mealey.
Returning to Britain for his wife he found that his father-in-law and Feng had been pledged each to avenge the other's death.
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Returning to Britain, he was from 1978 to 1983 he was Regional Director of Thomas Cook Bankers, with responsibilities for Latin America, Iberia and Africa, setting up new operations in São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Caracas, and running large established businesses in Spain, Portugal, South Africa, Nigeria and Libya.
Returning to Britain in 1910, Mann wrote The Way to Win, a pamphlet that argued that socialism could be achieved only through trade unionism and co-operation and that parliamentary democracy was inherently corrupt.
Returning to Britain in 1886, after a quarrel with the missionary society which ran his hospital in Japan, Faulds offered the concept of fingerprint identification to Scotland Yard but he was dismissed, most likely because he did not present the extensive evidence required to show that prints are durable, unique and practically classifiable.
Returning to Britain in March 1938, Straffen's father took a discharge from the Army and the family settled in Bath, Somerset.
Returning to Britain to receive his medal from King George V at Buckingham Palace on 22 June 1915, O ' Leary was given a grand reception attended by thousands of Londoners in Hyde Park on 10 July.
Returning to Britain after the war, Kydd applied for the film ' Captive Heart ' which was about life in a prison camp, and as this was an area where he had much experience, he got a part.
Returning to London from Spain, he worked with Spain and the World, a pro-libertarian propaganda group active in Britain in support of the Spanish anarchists.
Returning to Great Britain, Manning trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, then joined a Wolverhampton repertory company and made her debut in Man At The Top ( 1970 ).
Returning to Britain, he became the first Director of Fundraising at the Alzheimer ’ s Society, the care and research charity for people with dementia and their carers.
Returning to Britain in 1919, she created the rôle of Lady Mary Carlisle in André Messager's operetta, Monsieur Beaucaire, at the Prince's Theatre.
Returning to Britain, he felt called by the Holy Spirit to start a Bible College ; his inspiration being the 900 student capacity Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
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Returning to his native land, Brătianu took part, with his friend C. A. Rosetti and other young politicians ( including his brother ), in the 1848 Wallachian Revolution, and acted as prefect of police in the provisional government formed in that year.
Returning in 1840 he settled in Valenciennes, and after the revolution of 1848 removed to Paris, where he started a newspaper called La Révolution démocratique et sociale.
Returning to Rome in September 1848, he refused to form a cabinet after the assassination of Pellegrino Rossi ( 15 November ), and spent the next eight years in study and travel.
Returning to Europe in 1847, on the outbreak of the Revolution of 1848 in Vienna he was of great service to State Chancellor Prince Klemens von Metternich, whom he accompanied and assisted in his flight to England.
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Returning to Busseto, he became the town music master and, with the support of Antonio Barezzi, a local merchant and music lover who had long supported Verdi's musical ambitions in Milan, Verdi gave his first public performance at Barezzi ’ s home in 1830.
Returning to Gaul, Irenaeus succeeded the martyr Saint Pothinus and became the second Bishop of Lyons.
Returning to Paris, the penniless Rousseau befriended and became the lover of Thérèse Levasseur, a seamstress who was the sole support of her mother and numerous ne ' er-do-well siblings.
Returning to Paris, she became a popular figure in the salons, and her own drawing room became a centre for the discussion and consumption of the literary arts.
Returning to Tours, he became a canon of the cathedral and in about 1040 became head of its school, improving its efficiency and attracting students from far and near.
Returning to East Timor in July 1981 he became a teacher for 20 months, then director for two months, at the Salesian College at Fatumaca.
Returning to Poland, Krasicki became secretary to the Primate of Poland and developed a friendship with future King Stanisław August Poniatowski.
Returning to the backbenches, Heath became an active critic of Thatcher's policies as Prime Minister.
Returning to India, Patel settled in the city of Ahmedabad and became one of the city's most successful barristers.
Returning to London, Childe became a private secretary again in 1922, this time for three British Members of Parliament, including John Hope Simpson and Frank Gray, both of whom were members of the centre-left Liberal Party.
Returning to Lancaster in 1886, Hershey established the Lancaster Caramel Company, which quickly became an outstanding success.
Returning to Hamilton in 1961 – 62, he became a regular player on the team, scoring 24 goals and 43 points in 50 games.
Returning to England in 1861 he worked as a journalist on the staff of the Daily Telegraph, a newspaper with which he continued to be associated as editor for more than forty years, and later became its editor-in-chief.
Returning to Colombia in early 2005 after several visits in late 2004, Gaviria once again became active in politics, and was proclaimed as the sole chief of the Colombian Liberal Party in June 2005.
Returning to France soon afterwards he proceeded to Toulouse to study law, where he soon became involved in the violent disputes between the different nations of the university.
Returning to film, Olmos became the first American-born Latino to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, in Stand and Deliver, for his portrayal of real-life math teacher, Jaime Escalante.
Returning to Satsuma, Kuroda became an active member of the Satsuma-Chōshū joint effort to overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate.
Returning to India in 1933, he became a coffee and tea planter, but in 1936 returned to the UK to join the RAF.
Returning to England in 1899 ( the year her father died ), she became a theatrical designer for a miniature theatre and continued to work as an illustrator.
Returning in 1823 to Basel, where W. M. L. de Wette had recently been appointed to a theological chair, he distinguished himself greatly by his trial dissertation, Observationes historico-hermeneuticae circa Origenis methodum interpretendae sacrae Scripturae ; in 1824 he became professor extraordinarius, and in 1829 professor ordinarius of theology.