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.
The National Orientation Agency (NOA) in collaboration with the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) have re-echoed
the importance of writing data-driven reports and have charged journalists to focus more on backing their reports with accurate data.
We recall that in last year's Davos event Chinese President Xi Jinping's address portrayed his country as a champion of free trade, which Xi top financial and economic adviser Liu He re-echoed
when he spoke on China's economic policy.
Trouble arises when it will be re-echoed
as Rajput first, Thakur first, Marathi first.
Big men with sledgehammers smashed outworn pianos in competition against the clock, creating tremendous jangling noises which echoed and re-echoed
off the mountainsides on each side of the valley.
This sentiment was re-echoed
by Winston Churchill who is on record as saying that "all bad leaders should be pole-axed".
It was to be echoed and re-echoed
throughout the film in the factual authenticity of footage and still period photos.
Its simple notes are re-echoed
a few seconds later from the precipices of the Wetterhorn, the effect of which is extremely pleasing.
Along with its people, every mohallah, every gali, the very air of the city echoed and re-echoed
the magic chants of the Khilafat.
This year's Borlaug Dialogue International symposium re-echoed
the greatest challenge in human history; can we sustainably feed 9.
Lewis guns were trained on the enemy position and "the cliffs re-echoed
like a rifle range".