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  • verb UK Alternative spelling of reemphasize.

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Examples

  • I make these comments, at this particular moment, to reemphasise the value system that has informed all of us as we served in the National Executive, concerning our quality as individuals charged with the responsibility to play a leading role as revolutionary activists of the democratic revolution.

    President Mbeki's Letter to Cabinet

  • In this regard we should appreciate and reemphasise the resolution by this

    REPORT OF THE 4th NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS WOMEN'S LEAGUE

  • Nevertheless, it is still important that we cite some of the facts conveyed by these reports, if only to reemphasise the enormity of the challenge we all face of transforming ours into a non-racial and non-sexist society.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Nevertheless, it is still important that we cite some of the facts conveyed by these reports, if only to reemphasise the enormity of the challenge we all face of transforming ours into a non-racial and non-sexist society.

    Speech to the NCOP

  • It really goes to reemphasise the point that the recovery is sluggish. '

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • It really goes to reemphasise the point that the recovery is sluggish. '

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • The following writeup does not intend to summarise what is being said in all the earlier reports nor does it want to reemphasise the 'hidden apartheid' practised by the rest of the civil society towards the dalits, which has yet to make a radical rupture with the ideology of purity and pollution even in the wee hours of 21 st century.

    Kafila

  • This is not to minimise what was done there but only to reemphasise that opposition - no matter how heartfelt - can sometimes be ineffectual.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • (To reemphasise one needs to underline that one is not being soft towards the likes of Lashkar-e-Toiba or Jaish-e-Mohammad, their activities are definitely condemnable but how is that every terrorist act in any part of the country is attributed to them and equally dangerours other outfits belonging to the majority community are allowed to go scotfree.)

    Kafila

  • While refusing to discuss specifics of the operation, State Department Spokesman Gordon Duguid, told reporters, "I do, however, want to reemphasise that the United States and Pakistan work closely together on security issues in combating terrorism that threatens both of our societies.

    IPS Inter Press Service

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