“At approximately 0240 hours, Mark Shand attempted to re-enter the hotel through the revolving doors,” Grimpel told BNO.
In 1989, she was finally allowed to re-enter her homeland, “a country in ruins.”
“John came to me because he wanted to re-enter the business,” de la Renta told Mallis.
"The other guy" is about to re-enter the fray—and the timing is making many Republicans nervous.
Staying relatively clear of the public eye, he has slowly made attempts to re-enter the fashion world.
Sounds of heavy conflict arise, and having still some five rounds each of blank we re-enter the wood and the combat.
Mayne guessed that attempts had been made to re-enter the ship.
We are well out of his shadow-world, and you are never to re-enter it.
Lately I have heard from the young lady, and she wants to re-enter the school.
They compel stragglers to re-enter the ranks, and laggards to keep up by biting them.
To cease feeling the effects of a narcotic; descend from a narcotic ecstasy
[Narcotics; fr the reentry of a space vehicle into the earth's atmosphere]