say again


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say again

In air traffic control terminology, it means, “Repeat all, or the following part, of your last transmission.” Normally, the portion required to be repeated is suffixed to say again (e.g., “Say again altimeter setting”).
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I say again, we are on fire and in need of immediate assistance
Noel Meade's Power Elite, who has not run since winning on the flat last October, L'Antartique, Penny Rich, Say Again and Sky To Sea complete the entries.
I want to say again, and say again, and say again: Thank you all.
The has been criticism over the years that the FASB should be the sole creator of standards, but I said 10 years ago and I say again that there is a place for AcSEC, especially with narrower, more specialized issues than the FASB normally handles.
Having said that, I must say again, if I haven't yet made it clear: this is a terrific book, a valuable, moving, thought-provoking, memorable book.
I say again, the fruit is divorced from the tree, and I have no idea how the men in the moon got back, or how anchormen are pistoned through the atmosphere in particles, or what machine endowed by offspring's vitamin with a Flintstone, or where else those chops have been en route to freezer burn.
After years with Sweet Mary by "Sweet Afton," the tragic child bride Annabel Lee, the "Raven" quoting "Nevermore," and the man without a country (but with a "dead soul") sauntering the deck of ship after ship, mumbling, "I can never say again, |This is my own native land,'"(1) I became an initiate of "tragedy" as my mentor envisioned it, and was eventually baptized as a true believer.
I do not want to hear them say again you can travel to Amsterdam and y anywhere in the world.
tries to spread hate in our city, important to say again that #Brum is better than that.
On the issue of arms, I have consistently and will say again today that we are constantly reviewing our assistance programs, constantly reviewing our policies with regards to Syria, and making changes and adjustments and increases to our assistance accoding to our assessments of what will help the Syrian people achieve their objectives," said Carney, adding, "I never try to predict the future.
We were conned and with the UK having a record high number of family households in fuel poverty, I don't want to hear a former Tory MP say again that the elderly should knit another woolly jumper to keep warm, like she said in the 1980s.