write back


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w>write back

vizurückschreiben, antworten; he wrote back saying …er schrieb zurück, um zu sagen, …
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Says I, if it could stay where it is, all right; because when we get down the river a hundred mile or two I could write back to Mary Jane, and she could dig him up again and get it; but that ain't the thing that's going to happen; the thing that's going to happen is, the money 'll be found when they come to screw on the lid.
She would write back, and say, "Send me references to your character, and I will see what can be done." Her character!
You might write to me again; and I might write back. The one poor return I can make to the good angel of my life is to help him to forget me.
Taylor Wimpey said it will write back some of the value slashed from its UK business during the downturn, when it came close to collapse.
Taylor Wimpey said it will write back some of the value slashed from its UK business in the downturn, when it came close to collapse.
"As a result of the expected local GAAP loss that may have to be taken by LBBW's hybrid instruments, more of LBBW's profits in future years will be required to write back the principal of its upper Tier 2 instruments, leaving less financial flexibility to pay deferred coupons as well," Moody's analyst Katharina Barten said.
Women write back; strategies of response and the dynamics of European literary culture, 1790-1805.
"My Dad would write to the Tan y Marian guesthouse and ask 'Have you got any rooms?' They'd write back and say yes.
I never got chance to write back and thank him for his generosity.
It was that long ago, I can't remember the exact words, but I know it was something along the lines of 'if you find this please write back'.
As it turned out, the bottle had been sent by two schoolboys aged 11 and 9 in Reykjavik, and Sue planned to write back to them to tell them she had got their message.