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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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Chris Brown went all the way to edit one of my drawings and repost it on his 42 million followers account
The online edition Repost posted a video of the organized poisoning of dogs in Samarkand.
A brand new set of tools is now available in an Android mobile app format called InsTake Downloader, which lets people download photos and videos from the Instagram platform, and can also help in Repost of the stuff in the easiest way imaginable.
Young Saudis continued to repost the images with messages of good luck, as the ambassador started her new role.
We have started our "Living Archive" where we pick out an interesting article from a classic issue and repost it for your reading pleasure- and we give you a link to the online copy of the entire issue in case you want to dig deeper!
In light of the above dynamic, recent research adopting the gatekeeping framework has expanded newsworthiness from traditional news media into the online arena to explain online users' decisions to repost. The term shareworthiness refers to the characteristics and qualities of online content that trigger online users to share on social media.
He then appealed to the public not to repost or forward hoax messages.
Despite their diversity, all these communities follow the same process: learner posts a content and other learners repost it if they likes it.
They influence the public in two ways: (1) by guiding attitudes on policies and (2) by encouraging citizens to repost their opinions on social media.
Pls REPOST. She was last seen in silver lake, walking her chocolate lab, Cindy, at 11 pm wed night.
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.