As we struggled to break 130 kph, he glanced at me and our black Peugeot shook like a shuttle on reentry.
After a structural inspection, the White House was cleared for reentry.
The reentry process was different for everyone, just as the war experience was different.
I am particularly happy at the reentry of Malesherbes into the Council.
The loop of thread was retained by a hook-shaped pin to become enchained with the next loop at the reentry of the needle.
reentry re·en·try (rē-ěn'trē)
Return of the same impulse into an area of heart muscle that it has recently activated but that is now no longer refractory, as in reciprocal rhythm.
The act of descent from a narcotic ecstasy (1960s+ Narcotics)