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Definition of Reentrance
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Reentrance
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1. History of the French Revolution of 1848 by Alphonse de Lamartine, William S.. Chase, Francis Alexander Durivage (1849)
"The premature reentrance of the army, before the susceptibilities of the people were extinct, would be the inevitable signal of a shock from which a second ..."
2. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1868)
"o where it is to be noticed that - is the coefficient of reentrance given in Art. (1), and that the mean values of such products as i - ' *" — ' do not ..."
3. Mathematical Questions and Solutions, from the "Educational Times": With by W. J. C. Miller (1868)
"and M . 1 ± = , which fraction U 2 12 9 36 3 V 36 / 36 the chance of reentrance for 5 points taken at random in any given triangle, thus giving — as the ..."
4. A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French by Theodore Baker (1895)
"Rentr^e (Fr.) reentrance of a part or theme after a rest or pause. ... The regular reentrance, in a fugue, of the subject and answer after the episodes ..."
5. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of France in the Seventeenth Century by Pardoe (Julia) (1847)
"reentrance into Paris; while the ... who considered this reentrance inevitable, resolved to appropriate the merit of it; and accordingly set out for ..."