The corner echoed and re-echoed
with the tread of feet; some, as it seemed, under the windows; some, as it seemed, in the room; some coming, some going, some breaking off, some stopping altogether; all in the distant streets, and not one within sight.
His mother laughed a laugh that seemed to ring through the city and be echoed and re-echoed
by countless other laughs.
Speaking to newsmen, the founder of the group, Barrister Chicago Jonny -Obineme said that they embarked on the awareness walk to re-echo
the campaign that the fundamental rights of widows should be protected and upheld as well as repeat the call to stop exposing widows to obnoxious practices, dehumanization, and humiliation, stating that when a husband dies, the wife should be catered for and not punished.
Some residents, however, on Monday, November 12, staged another peaceful protest to re-echo
the need for the government to urgently fix the uncompleted footbridges to safeguard lives of pedestrians.
'I just want to re-echo
'yong sinabi ni Chief PNP General (Oscar) Albayalde kahit na bali-baliktarin mo 'yong PNP, kahit anong gawin mo dyan, I don't think makakuha sila ng isang supporter dito sa amin,' Dela Rosa said in an ambush interview.
It also helps that he has a troll army whose main job is to magnify and re-echo
His other early books of poetry include The Edge of the Forest: Idylls (1918), Under Autumn Stars (1918), The Blue Distance (1922), Long Poems (1924), Through a Storm and Snow (1925), Beneath Autumn Stars (1926), Thirteenth Spring (1926), Where Roads Meet (1929), and Echo and Re-echo
Let me re-echo
the criticisms of Jeremy Corbyn when he cites the perennial problems of growing class sizes, teacher shortages and the lottery for secondary places.
There is the call to prayer five times a day, which rends the air with cries of the greatness and unity of God; there is the individual service, carried on in silence, but with God's name on the lips of every individual worshipper; there is the public service in which the Imam recites aloud portions of the Quran, that tell of divine grandeur and glory, with the refrain of 'Allahu Akbar' repeated at every change of movement; and when the prayer is finished, there is again a chorus of voices speaking of divine greatness, making the mosque echo and re-echo
with the remembrance of God.
Conclusion: Results of this study re-echo
the need to raise awareness of screening for DM in persons with TB.
The correct words are: "So let the prayer re-echo