Re-entry


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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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"Some of these who came to Re-Entry will probably go back in mainstream schools and then get excluded at some point in the future because of their behaviour.
who to call for additional help with the overall process of re-entry.
Ideally, space hardware should burn up completely during re-entry to avoid injuring someone on the ground.
The Cambodian Embassy in Thailand said in its press release that according to Thai immigration law, re-entry visas cost 1,000 baht for a single entry and around 4,800 baht for multiple entry.
Medina then said presenting receipts of re-entry permit fees will help minimize long lines at the BI counters in airports.
The lease must reserve the landlord's right of re-entry
"The Ex-Offender's Quick Job Hunting Guide" is a ground-breaking book provides important answers to many re-entry employment questions.
Miguna's re-entry into the country since he was first deported to Canada on February 6 has never been without drama.
"Most of the devices were ablated during the re-entry process."
The "vast majority" of the craft burnt up on re-entry, at around 8:15 a.m.
Most of it should burn up on re-entry, so scientists say it poses only a slight risk to people on the ground.