- v. emphasize anew
“We will have to build them into the fabric of our adoption practice and re-emphasise the importance of children knowing why they were placed for adoption and the circumstances of the birth parents," Dr Simmonds said.”
“The goal of the conference was to re-emphasise the importance of women's rights and women's solidarity on a national scale.”
“The new Nato concept will re-emphasise Article 5 and mutual defence.”
“Is this visit also to re-emphasise the fact that we're interested in other Asian countries?”
“I would like to re-emphasise to everyone involved in coal road transportation that no work is more important than human life and we cannot allow this carnage on our roads to continue unabated." he said.”
“Because of time I won't speak at length about the other aspect I mentioned, the quality of education, but I do want to re-emphasise that that is the parallel element; that when kids get to school there has to be a decent quality in education.”
“Comrades, Young Lions, let me re-emphasise that the Youth League is the custodian of the future of the ANC.”
“All this goes to re-emphasise the difficulty in following EU affairs and the danger of taking media reports at face value.”
“It was an attempt "to re-educate commanders, to re-emphasise how careful everyone should be" in carrying out air strikes and air support for ground troops.”
“Aside from accelerating the pace of land redistribution (and concluding the restitution process), it is vital that we re-emphasise the linkage between the land redistribution and agrarian reform.”
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