- Well might the Semitic press say this, and well might citizens of all creeds re-echo praise of a man whose knowledge of the law and understanding of the "rights of man" is .
- Readers, whether North or South, whose minds still re-echo Poet Tate's cold wrath at the thought of the Civil War, will be grateful that that war is over, that Poet Tate is not.
- Place names echo and re-echoAnnotsfield, Whindale, the Ire Valleyas do the names of people: Brigg, Egmont, Resmond.
- Yoweri Museveni in New Vision
Let me re-echo the directive to the education and health ministers to ensure that the transfer takes place this year,Museveni said.
- Jack Spicer in The Nation.
Poems should echo and re-echo against each other,Spicer wrote. "They should create resonances. They cannot live alone any more than we can."
- Robert Mugabe in ABC Online
The white man is a slave master to her - she has to again re-echo her master's voice,Mr Mugabe said, who turns 81 this month and has led Zimbabwe since independence from Britain in 1980.