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repost

(rɪˈpɒst)
n
a reposted message, resent via email or posted again on an internet chatboard etc
another word for riposte1
vb
(tr) to post or send (a letter) again
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She also tweeted the information on her sister hoping to locate her by urging her followers to read the tweet, repost and distribute it among their friends and colleagues.
In its second round, the exhibition also displayed portraits that were taken in different governorates, as they spotted a beautiful moment of human interaction, "the page used to repost pictures from all across Cairo once a week, and some of them were so heart-touching, that we could not skip the chance of including them in the exhibition," he explained.
Cambridge University and Tim Pringle, the editor of the China Quarterly, confirmed the decision to repost the articles on Monday.
Tim Pringle told the Associated Press that the publisher agreed to repost the articles immediately.
A user repost someone's post adding his or her comments (commenting).
In this study, we focus our attention on a new social medium, Weibo, a microblogging service and measure its use by the following categories: blog reading frequency, blog use length, blog commenting, and blog repost.
In addition to creating and posting their own content, schools can view and repost thoughtful, relevant and age-appropriate content on their school channels that is posted by other high schools across the country.
RP - Request for Proposal (RFP):Internal Auditing Services - Repost
If a user likes a post and wants to share it in his own board, he can repost it with a symbol "@" indicating the original poster.
I bet James Blunt thought he could count on public school-educated Clean Bandit when he wrote his stinging repost to Labour MP Chris Bryant.
In a recent repost to a complaint made on website Ripoff Report, Goldman posted: "I have turned my life around and do a considerable amount of good work for charity.