It also helps that he has a troll army whose main job is to magnify and re-echo
We wish to re-echo
to the Federal Government, states and individuals involved, the recommendation already made earlier, that ranches should be built in their own localities for modern animal husbandry.
I just said it as an echo and a re-echo
of what was promised them.
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
The two organization also call on the Judiciary system to expedite all rape cases as to bring perpetrator to justice also to vindicate the innocent, saying for the last nine years we have worked and advocated for Human Rights, Justice and Equity for all Liberians, and today we want to re-echo
our messages of' No MEANS NO 'and to emphatically declare that there is no in tolerate at all times, and must be dealt with at the highest level of priority.
He said as participants to the seminar, barangay officials are expected to re-echo
the knowledge they have learned to their constituents.
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.
Abusive and indecent remarks continue to echo and re-echo
within these camps making way to our residences and ears.
Despite British jitters, the violence of 1915 was not a re-echo
of the past; it was a harbinger of the future.
A few examples of this foreshadowing--again thematically related--are given before Jewkes concludes this one-page section with the observation that "In such ways, the stories echo and re-echo
against each other, building up a remarkable architecture of sonority" (48).