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riposte

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Fencing a counterattack made immediately after a successful parry
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American singer and songwriter Chris Brown came under fire recently when he allegedly stole a comic artist's drawing and reposted an edited version of it on his Instagram page.
By definition, it's easy as they come, and there is even a separate option for copying the hashtags and captions to help you make the repost for Instagram if you wish to actually to do so.
The prince had a similar portrait taken of himself when he was appointed ambassador, and many Twitter and Instagram users reposted the two images side by side.
Specifically, nearly two-thirds (61.3%) of Weibo posts repost information, leaving a smaller percentage of Weibo posts as original posts (Fu & Chau, 2013).
Based on the background check, Eleazar said the message was originally posted in November last year but was reposted again lately.
To address these challenges, this paper proposes a method to select the effective (appropriate) posts for each learner which increases the probability of repost behavior in the OLC.
After respondents read these statements, we asked how much they approved of the policy and whether they were likely to repost the statements.
She also tweeted the information on her sister hoping to locate her by urging her followers to read the tweet, repost and distribute it among their friends and colleagues.
Trying to give amateur photographers the chance to explore the feelings of professional camerapersons, Everyday Cairo celebrated on Saturday an exhibition of the most fascinating photos the page has reposted in the past two years.
Cambridge University and Tim Pringle, the editor of the China Quarterly, confirmed the decision to repost the articles on Monday.
A user repost someone's post adding his or her comments (commenting).
In addition to creating and posting their own content, schools can view and repost thoughtful, relevant and age-appropriate content on their school channels that is posted by other high schools across the country.