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- v. Alternative spelling of reenter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To enter again.
- transitive v. To cut deeper, as engraved lines on a plate of metal, when the engraving has not been deep enough, or the plate has become worn in printing.
- intransitive v. To enter anew or again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To enter again or anew.
- In law, to resume or retake possession of lands previously parted with. See reëntry, 2.
- To enter anew: as
- to reënter a house;
- to reënter an item in an account or record.
- In engraving, to cut deeper, as lines of an etched plate which the aqua fortis has not bitten sufficiently, or which have become worn by repeated printing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. enter again
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The court ruled that the Germans did not need to have troops on the ground for an occupation to be in effect, and that since they had the capacity to easily re-enter the territory and reassume control they were still occupying the territory in question.
Material and energy from the larger environment enter the economy and, through the miracle of the 2nd law of thermodynamics, are converted into high entropy waste products that re-enter the larger environment.
The point about having to leave the country and re-enter upon getting PR status does seem kind of silly though doesn't it.
The need to leave and re-enter Canada seems to stem from the fact that the vast majority of people apply from outside the country; it's relatively rare to come in on a temporary basis and then apply from inside (although this is the most common route for scientists).
If you enter a room, sooner or later, to get to another room, you have to re-enter the hallway.
Men go with Richard into another room, then re-enter with roses gripped between their teeth.
Less than five percent of the Disabled Persons can re-enter the Occupation from which they left for Disability.
So if INM considers you to be an FM2 holder, you can't just leave and legally re-enter the country on an FMT.
Will me mentioning at the border while leaving Mexico that I am only going to the U. S for 1/2 a day, that they won't bother stamping me out and then when I re-enter, they won't bother stamping in and I will just continue on with my original 180 days that I received a couple months ago?
The message reflects the Obama administration's reluctance to re-enter six-party talks aimed at ending the North's nuclear programs without knowing in advance whether Pyongyang would be willing to stop building more of the weapons and halt proliferation.