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References in classic literature ?
"Welcome home," he whispered, and hand in hand they stepped over the threshold of their house of dreams.
"My child," he said, holding out his hands, "my dear Esther, welcome home again!
"Welcome home, reverend sir," said the physician "And how found you that godly man, the Apostle Eliot?
The morning came when Mary and I went out with Dermody, the bailiff, to see the last wild fowl of the season lured into the decoy; and still the welcome home waited for the master, and waited in vain.
Welcome home, Cousin ‘Duke— welcome, welcome, black-eyed Bess.
And this light, bursting on a certain person who, on the instant, approached towards it through the gloom, expressed the whole thing to him, literally in a twinkling, and cried, 'Welcome home, old fellow!
and Amy leaned against her husband, who stood behind her, feeling that her welcome home was not quite perfect without Beth's kiss.
A word of encouragement and explanation, of pity for my childish ignorance, of welcome home, of reassurance to me that it was home, might have made me dutiful to him in my heart henceforth, instead of in my hypocritical outside, and might have made me respect instead of hate him.
A welcome home ceremony for Lake County Honor Flight No.
After their road trip around Newcastle and Gateshead, Amber and Greg headed to her family home in Whickham, where they were greeted by a huge crowd of family and friends fora big welcome home house party.
As noted in positive terms on the previous outings of all runners, the three-year-old bay colt Welcome Home is the thoroughbred to look for and expected to make amends for his defeat last Sunday.
"It was truly an honor to welcome home the brave men and women of the Georgia National Guard's 48th Brigade this morning," said Governor Brian Kemp.