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reentry

ree in tree

  • n  the act of entering again

  • Reentry has, of course, always been a difficult part of the space program.
  • Multiple reentry vehicles also can help to counter missile defenses.
  • At about six hours before reentry, NASA'S projected impact points for Skylab's disintegrating parts occur somewhere along a path of 40,000 milesnearly twice the .
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    Michael Vick Many dismissed Vick’s reentry to the Christian faith, which he announced during an apology over his involvement in dogfighting. "I'm upset with myself and, you know, through this situation I found Jesus and asked him for forgiveness and turned my life over to God," he said . Photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP
    June 20, 2013 - Connecticut Post
  • U.S. Department of Labor awards $20 million to help adult inmates prepare to enter the workforce
    The U.S. Department of Labor today awarded grants totaling $20 million to provide job training for inmates aged 18 and older participating in state or local work-release programs. The grants are part of the Training to Work-Adult Reentry initiative, which seeks to provide work skills, education, and supportive services to improve the long-term employment prospects of soon-to-be-released inmates.
    June 20, 2013 - U.S. Department of Labor
Quotes

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in AFP
    I am pleased that everyone came to agree that Cuba cannot simply take its seat and that we must put Cuba's participation to a determination down the road -- if it ever chooses to seek reentry,US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said. "If...
  • Ray Nagin in Malaysia Star
    Reentry is only days away and not weeks away,Nagin said.
  • Bill Nelson in Washington Post
    Nelson, who supports the waiver, said he considers it possible that no agreement will be reached and that as of 2011 Americans will have no way to get to the space station -- leaving it to "degrade and burn up on reentry, or with us ceding it to...

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