The strong effect of the unemployment rate on welfare returns in Nevada confirms earlier findings in other states that suggest the business cycle is critical in shaping re-entries
to welfare (Carrington et al.
The proportion of children having a probation-supervised placement experience increased as the number of re-entries
to foster care increased (Figure 1).
It allows fast abdominal re-entries
and is easily adjusted to accommodate changes in intra-abdominal pressure.
The unit also watches space for satellite re-entries
, breakups and decays.
Citing videos of "Scud missile re-entries
during the Gulf War," the project engineers argued that ballistic bombardment "over a number of the world's cities could provide a suitably large-scale commenoration of humanity's entry into the new millennium.
(Luhmann 1993) show that knowledge is nothing but the result of operations within society -- without any "substantial" contact to a "world outside.
Of these movies, 251 entered for the first time and 99 re-entered after previously falling out of the Top-50; the two groups of films are referred to as New-Entries and Re-Entries
3 percent exited and were re-entries
into self-employment in 1976.
Two researchers set to fly aboard suborbital spacecraft as a part of Southwest Research Institute's next-generation suborbital research program completed another milestone last week when they evaluated commercial spaceflight equipment during an intensive series of centrifuge runs that closely mimicked launches and re-entries
aboard suborbital spacecraft.
The objective of this activity is to exploit the rich telemetry data set of GOCE to the fullest on the topic of re-entry predictions by establishing the environmental and observational uncertainties associated to re-entries
In the case of uncontrolled re-entries
, scientists are able to predict where the impact will be -- but that can be a very wide swath.
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and Far Cry 3 were the only two re-entries
to the top 10, slipping in at nine and 10 respectively.