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Re-entry

Air exhausted from a building that is immediately brought back into the system through the air intake and other openings.
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The critical role of the economy in shaping re-entries following mandatory sit-outs is consistent with its role
This result is supported by research on child welfare re-entries, which indicated that children and youths with shorter first stays in foster care were more at risk of re-entering out-of-home placement (Courtney, 1995; Wulczyn et al.
16) The null hypothesis that the survivor function for New-Entries into the Top-50 is the same as the survivor function for Re-Entries could not be rejected at conventional significance levels.
This budget is focused on a combination of high impact horizontal wells in the Sierras Blancas oil play, development horizontals in the Ostracod oil play, re-entries and workovers for production optimization, and unconventional shale delineation activities.
In the case of uncontrolled re-entries, scientists are able to predict where the impact will be -- but that can be a very wide swath.
well re-entries in conjunction with potentially 6 new well locations on
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and Far Cry 3 were the only two re-entries to the top 10, slipping in at nine and 10 respectively.
Overall, there were 32 new entries, five re-entries, 120 climbers and 76 fallers.
Among the findings and observations of the Columbia investigation team was the need for an analysis of public safety during shuttle re-entries.
The UK population is ageing, people are living and staying healthy for longer, and it is likely that future working lives may consist of a series of retirements and re-entries into work.