words twice

words twice

In radio communications, it means that the communication is difficult and, hence, the sender is requested to repeat every word twice. Also, it means that because communication is difficult, every word of the information is being transmitted twice.
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My commands are ordinarily short, clear, and precise; and I would rather be obliged to repeat my words twice, or even three times, than they should be misunderstood.
Mahmudullah, when leaving the ground after being given out during Saturday's match, struck the picket fence with his bat, while Boult used audible obscene words twice when his side was bowling.
Mahmudullah, when leaving the ground after being given out during SaturdayaACAOs match, struck the picket fence with his bat, while Boult used audible obscene words twice when his side was bowling.
However, NAB prosecutor and Khawaja Harris also exchanged harsh words twice during the proceeding.
Smith and Elley (2005), reporting on Freppon's research, found that children from skills based classrooms attempted to sound out words twice as often as the children from literature based classrooms, but the literature based children were more successful (fifty-two per cent success rate to thirty-two per cent success rate for the skills based learners).
"He repeated the bad words twice." The Emirati customer who was talking to the accused was taken aback by the latter attacking him and then taking a knife out of his pocket.
Daniels repeats Wolfe's words twice more over the next couple of pages.
"We warn this ship, which is considered a threat to us, not to come back, and we do not repeat our words twice," Salehi said, according to the Iranian Students' News Agency.
In fact, NBC left out the words twice in the same segment since the pledge was shown twice.
"She forgot her words twice, yet was still chosen over other candidates who were, to say the least, substantially better.
Jessica had spoken these words twice a night for months now, and Franklin had been right.
In other words twice as many people favor it, and I am very pleased by that.