The little woman, attacked on a sudden, but never without arms, lighted up in an instant, parried and riposted
with a home-thrust, which made Wagg's face tingle with shame; then she returned to her soup with the most perfect calm and a quiet smile on her face.
"No matter the provocation the army commanders are talking about, the ripost
should not be to shoot protesters, kill them and shed blood," he said.
As the CBSO's strings quivered with quiet rapture and Symphony Hall lit up with sound, Wilson of-ffered the most eloquent possible ripost
to those misguided souls who still pin labels like 'pastoral' and 'placid' on this visionary music.
Gorbachev told Reagan in ripost
, "It is a question of principle.
See also Bryan Palmer's cogent ripost
to Drache in "Listening to History instead of Historians: Reflections on Working-Class History," Studies in Political Economy, 20 (1986), 47-83.
But her slightly grotesque ripost
in return was that by all means I should hurry up and complete it, but not before finishing the kitchen.
The Thais then turned north and sent aircraft to bomb Saravane in Laos prompting French aircraft to ripost
with strikes on Lakhon, Monk and Koumarat.
Do that for long enough and you get the events of Monday, when state television reported an armed ripost
against brutal security forces.
Pacquiao immediately riposted
, accusing his rival of hypocrisy before goading him to accept his challenge for a rematch.
In one of Janella's last rallies before election day, Estrada riposted
: 'They say the Estradas have ruled San Juan for 50 years ...
Ambassador Rastam riposted
that all the substantive and protocol matters had been agreed.