• WordNet 3.6
    • v re-enter enter again "You cannot re-enter the country with this visa"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • re-enter To enter again or anew.
    • re-enter In law, to resume or retake possession of lands previously parted with. See reëntry, 2.
    • re-enter To enter anew: as
    • re-enter to reënter a house;
    • re-enter to reënter an item in an account or record.
    • re-enter In engraving, to cut deeper, as lines of an etched plate which the aqua fortis has not bitten sufficiently, or which have become worn by repeated printing.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t., v.i Re-enter rē-en′tėr to enter again or anew: in engraving, to cut deeper where the aqua fortis has not bitten sufficiently
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In literature:

Away they dashed, and he re-entered the temple.
"Nedra" by George Barr McCutcheon
Re-entering the sending room, Bob once more gained the attention of his father, who still was in conversation with Mr. Hampton.
"The Radio Boys on the Mexican Border" by Gerald Breckenridge
I smiled through my tears and kissed the good creature, and so side by side we re-entered the gate.
"Uncle Silas" by J. S. LeFanu
She joyfully turned back and re-entered the bedroom.
"Gladys, the Reaper" by Anne Beale
The monarch, accompanied by Vasishtha, re-entered his auspicious capital after a long time.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
Hannah re-entered the hut and found herself in the midst of a tempest in a tea-pot.
"Ishmael" by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
He re-entered the gate softly and walked up the drive.
"The Lighted Way" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
But Salome's recovery was so slow, and her frame so feeble, that she seemed to have re-entered life through a new infancy of body and mind.
"The Lost Lady of Lone" by E.D.E.N. Southworth
In a few moments Dr. Cummins re-entered the room, followed by Sylvan Haught.
"For Woman's Love" by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
A moment later they re-entered with the assurance that no one waited outside.
"Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine" by Lewis Spence

In poetry:

If we're ready for this reaper,
In the final deadly strife,
When the conflict's fairly over
We shall enter into life.
"The Reaper" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
Wistfully following their example,
nature re-enters herself;
contemplating its own sap, the flower
becomes too soft, and the boulder hardens…
"Narcissus" by Rainer Maria Rilke
Over the crest of the Hill of Sleep,
Over the plain where the mists lie deep,
Into a country of wondrous things,
Enter we dreaming, and know we're kings.
"The Dreamer" by Dorothea Mackellar
"Five hours did we storm, five hours re-form,
As Death cooled those hot blood pricked on;
Till our cause was helped by a woe within;
They swayed from the summit we'd leapt upon,
And madly we entered in.
"San Sebastian" by Thomas Hardy
Often against the Turks and Infidels we fight,
To let the wandering world know we're in the right,
For in heaven there's a lodge, and St. Peter keeps the door,
And none can enter in but those that are pure.
"The Masonic Hymn" by Anonymous British
My picture sets me dreaming; alas! and can it be
Those two familiar faces we never more may see?
In every entering footfall I think them drawing near,
With every door that opens I say, "At last they 're here!"
"The Last Survivor" by Oliver Wendell Holmes

In news:

The Bo Robinson center in New Jersey is as large as a prison and is intended to help inmates re-enter society.
Just not the economy we're actually entering.
On Wednesday evening, the grandparents were beaming with pride when Jarrett James re-entered the room for a brief visit.
In case Minnesota players weren't sure what they're playing for this week, they had a reminder every time they entered their locker room.
The next time you're at The Landing mall in Port Angeles, be sure to hang a left at Downriggers and enter The Long Gallery, a relatively new exhibit featuring the works of some of the Olympic Peninsula's best photographers.
Visit us for during re-opening and be entered to win one of TEN $50.00 gift cards.
Commencal re-enters US with consumer-direct approach.
Wendy's re-enters Japan with $16 foie-gras-and-truffle burger.
Without a doubt we're entering the best stargazing season of the year in the Northwest.
What's the graceful way to enter and exit a cab you're sharing with co-workers.
How can mothers prepare to re-enter the workforce after full-time motherhood.
Enter the matrix and you're on the path to success.
Ford re-enters the 'don't-call-it-a- minivan ' market.
A former Salem karate instructor wanted since 2011 after being accused of molesting two 11-year-old girls was arrested last week as he re-entered the United States from Brazil.
The Moody Blues haven't entered the 50th-anniversary realm yet, but they're still going strong after 48 years.

In science:

Thus the re are no values for the population and generation entered.
Fitting of dust spectra with genetic algorithms - I. Perspectives & Limitations
Here we provide the solution for the modes which are super-horizon at the time of curvaton decay and re-enter the horizon during the second radiation stage.
The Effect of Curvaton Decay on the Primordial Power Spectrum
Now suppose these modes (with ¯keNd < 1) re-enter the horizon during the second radiation era at the time N = Nk .
The Effect of Curvaton Decay on the Primordial Power Spectrum
During the epoch N > Nk , after the mode k has re-entered the horizon, the Bessel function in Eq. (53) oscillates rapidly.
The Effect of Curvaton Decay on the Primordial Power Spectrum
We consider PBH formation for modes which re-enter the horizon after curvaton decay, kc > a(Nd )H (Nd ), for which we can use the analytical results from section IV A.
The Effect of Curvaton Decay on the Primordial Power Spectrum