It helped him learn to manage his ODD and prepare to reenter society.
The ruse lasted for 20 years until Subramaniam tried to reenter Singapore under a fake name.
But Obama also has boasted that he ended the U.S. war in Iraq and thus far has been hesitant to reenter the conflict.
The youth went from him running, but Ulric did not reenter the city by the Damascus gate.
The landlord may reenter and eject a tenant if rent is in arrears for 1/2 year.
If the glass stopper is removed and the air is allowed to reenter the flask, the loudness of the sound immediately increases.
To reenter her promised land would place her beloved ones in jeopardy.
As for myself, nothing on earth would induce me to reenter that house.
What right have they … however … as for myself I shall not reenter the world for any but the object I have just mentioned.
It is then pulled out from the mouth sharply and allowed to reenter after each traction.
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]