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The answer, in our view, is for correctional agencies nationwide to partner with organizations such as ours to help individuals permanently reenter society.
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Enough will survive to present a small but still unacceptable risk to populated areas if Compton were allowed to reenter in an uncontrolled manner," says Preston Burch, deputy program manager for space science operations at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
However, it has been held that where the lease provides that landlord has a right to reenter and then re-let as a way of possibly mitigating the tenant's exposure - which is what Lease [paragraph] 17(2), combined with Lease [paragraph] 18, provides - then the landlord's conduct should not be deemed as a waiver (See, e.
The court reiterated the three basic options always available to a landlord which are (1) do nothing and collect full rent due under the lease; (2) accept the tenant's surrender, reenter the premises and relet the premises for the landlord's own account, thereby releasing the tenant from further liability for rent; or (3) notify the tenant that the landlord is reentering and reletting the premises for the tenant's benefit.
The facility on the Chesapeake Bay near Baltimore is expected to reenter service next spring and provide 5 billion cubic feet of storage capacity and daily send-out capacity of 1 billion cubic feet.
Four days later, Jesmer drove from her home in Medford to Montreal where she picked up Cabral and transported him across the border from Canada to Massachusetts, knowing that he was an illegal alien who did not have permission to reenter the U.
Davis will reenter the turn-around consulting area as President of the firm M.
The company stated that Platten, who has been with the company since 1985, intends to reenter the legal profession outside the insurance industry.
Two heat-resistant spherical tanks made of titanium alloy, each weighing 7 kilograms and measuring 55 centimeters in diameter, could withstand frictional heat as the satellite reenters the atmosphere, the agency said.