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  • v  emphasize anew
    The director re-emphasized the need for greater productivity

  • The move allows Obama to re-emphasize that he has not been in office long enough to be held responsible for the dizzying array of crises that the nation now faces.
  • But the fact that this needs stating, or that we must intermittently re-emphasize history's relevance to understanding ourselves, points to a problem that has hounded the .
  • The earlier announcement had been "misinterpreted," it said, and had only intended to "re-emphasize more coordination between the Ministry of Interior and ISI in relation to war on .
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  • Changing of the guard: Bonnie Henrickson welcomes new faces
    Speaking at Wednesday’s media day, Kansas University women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson says she has had to re-emphasize patience — even to herself — as it will be especially important with a 2013-14 team that lost three 1,000-point scorers while adding five freshmen who all should compete for immediate playing time. By Jesse Newell
    Oct. 3, 2013 - Lawrence Journal-World

  • President Bush in Reuters South Africa
    They will meet with our allies, re-emphasize our commitment to the international compact of Sharm el-Sheikh, reassure our friends that the Middle East remains a vital strategic priority for the United States,Bush said at a news conference.
  • Jeff Ulbrich in Miami Herald
    We've got to get back to that formula that has been successful for us, which was obviously stopping the run on defense,Ulbrich said. "The past two weeks, we haven't done as well, and we just have to re-emphasize that."
  • Joe Maddon in
    Of course, I wanted to re-emphasize that 9 will always equal 8 in our math, but furthermore, this year, '09 is going to be greater than '08,Maddon explained after the first full-squad workout of the spring. "We want it to be hopefully...

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