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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Say Again and Cuan Na Grai winning the race were special days, too, but because of all the hype and chat and all the public support for Cloone River his win meant a lot."
Now let the manyness pull back away, and say again: me.
Former MP Salim Habib, the Gathering's secretary-general, said that the group's action plan was to restore "what was stolen and what we allowed to be stolen from us." Speaking during an expanded meeting for the gathering at a hotel in Beirut, Habib said that the group would work on having a say again in the "fate of the country and presenting the Orthodox role that is supportive for the development of the Lebanese society." Meanwhile, Former Minister Elie Firzli said that members of the Orthodox sect in Lebanon felt "oppressed and alienated." -- The Daily Star
"In 2008 we began the peace process in order to change the situation, and in 2010 I say again -- a peace agreement is possible," Livni said.
I'll say again. I say in English "you shall not kill".
He continued: "The situation in the Middle East is very difficult, and I've said repeatedly and I'll say again, Israel's security is a vital national interest to the United States, and we will make sure they are secure."
So I say again roll on the revolution or next local election and we can show them who's boss and who pays the piper.
According to the London daily Elaph, the new song, called "Qool Tani" (Say Again) is sung in the Egyptian dialect and the lyrics were written by Dr.
I can say again, neither there is any military operation going on, nor it will be launched, Malik repeated.
War Of Attrition, who missed Boxing Day's King George Chase for this, looks sure to run a big race but Neptune Collonges (2.35) can have the final say again.
"And I say again to the few MPs trying to rock the boat, now they had better pack it in."
SAY AGAIN?: Write this statement on the board: "Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder." Have students explain and discuss what the writer (Mason Cooley) meant by it.