from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To land again.
- v. To return to shore after having embarked.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To go on shore after having embarked; to land again.
- transitive v. To land again; to put on land, as that which had been shipped or embarked.
If we do live in a 4 - (or 20) dimensional space time universe, and we can only move forward in time under normal circumstances, the solution to going to other parts of that space-time continuum is to get out of the space-time continuum completely and then reland in it wherever and whenever we want to.
Last-minute desperate attempt to reland her man, Noelle confirmed.
And came back on about 15 minutes later and said that we were going stay in Boston, try to reland here.
And came back on about 15 minutes later and said we were going to stay in Boston and try to reland here.
The chiefs promised that, if we would reland our goods and remain with them, the man we protected should go without molestation on board the brig; but, if we persevered in leaving them, the man should be killed before our eyes.
Coasting ships were to give bonds double the value of vessel and cargo to reland their freight in some port of the United States.
As it was from Boston that I had taken my departure, so I resolved to reland there, and thence to retrace my steps to the scenes of my youth, as the first means towards obtaining, if possible, some clew to the object of my search.
Association begins its packed summer schedule with the biennial Curtis Cup Match between teams from the United States and Great Britain & reland.
Image: reland is also deep in crisis with a government deficit of 14.3 per cent of GDP.
Voices (edited by Dermot Bolger and published by Raven Arts Press); Rainbows and Stone (edited by Michael Bouchier and published by Real reland).
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