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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reenter.

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Examples

  • It requires one aircraft only to get through once to a major city and not only is the greater part of it obliterated but it is the opinion of scientists that that city could not be again reentered for some thirty-five years, because of the residual radioactivity.

    Impact of Strategy on Recent Developments

  • Pea Eye woke up the minute Captain Call reentered the camp, and immediately realized that he had been derelict.

    The Lonesome Dove Series

  • Pea Eye woke up the minute Captain Call reentered the camp, and immediately realized that he had been derelict.

    Streets of Laredo

  • She's tickled that her late husband's name reentered the public consciousness this month when Sports Illustrated ranked Dylan's accusatory ballad, in which several characters deny their culpability in Moore's death, as the No. 1 sports song of all time.

    News - latimes.com

  • I left with a friend and reentered by land turning in my FMT and obtaining a new one this year.

    Vehicle Permit & crossing the border

  • I left with a friend and reentered by land turning in my FMT and obtaining a new one this year.

    Vehicle Permit & crossing the border

  • When we reentered the office, he sat us down and said it simply.

    True You

  • I left with a friend and reentered by land turning in my FMT and obtaining a new one this year.

    Vehicle Permit & crossing the border

  • CARL PALADINO NOT RUNNING FOR SEAT VACATED BY LEE - After a second upstate New York congressman resigned over an embarrassing sex scandal, some folks thought it'd be a great idea if that zany dude who ran for governor by threatening reporters, swinging a bat around and looking like an Ed Wood protagonist reentered electoral politics.

    HUFFPOST HILL - GOP Calls Emergency Meeting

  • CARL PALADINO NOT RUNNING FOR SEAT VACATED BY LEE - After a second upstate New York congressman resigned over an embarrassing sex scandal, some folks thought it'd be a great idea if that zany dude who ran for governor by threatening reporters, swinging a bat around and looking like an Ed Wood protagonist reentered electoral politics.

    HUFFPOST HILL - GOP Calls Emergency Meeting

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