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  • He reiterates his desire not to have any more children in his care.
  • I can do little more than reiterate what I then said. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Jun 1915, V. 2, No. 3
  • I reiterate what I have tried to show in these poor words. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Various, Maclaren
  • Since his election he has reiterated this goal in several major policy addresses.
  • Further, they reiterated their opposition to the development of an arms race.
  • Each episode ends with an original song, which reiterates new things learned.
  • It is religion and life, and he reiterates this in every possible form. Cited from Authors and Friends, by Annie Fields
  • Afterwards he reiterated that he wished he did not score the goal.
  • After reiterating he would leave his options open, he decided to return for his senior year.
  • All the numerous sources on the beginning of the republic reiterate these basic events.
  • She refuses both offers and reiterates that she has always only seen him as her brother.
  • This policy was reiterated several times throughout the pre-war era.
  • The king reiterated that the government had promised not to get involved in his personal affairs.
  • And let me close by reiterating what I have said already. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Psalms, Maclaren
  • Because they but reiterate ourselves; they were in us, before we were born. Cited from Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. II (of 2), by Herman Melville
  • I just want to reiterate to people that once you're gone, that's it.
  • However, she reiterated that doing Jersey Girl was what she wanted to do.
  • He again reiterated that he does not intend to run for public office.
  • She reiterated that she was continuing to write songs, although she did not yet know what purpose they would serve.
  • He took every opportunity of reiterating his desire to be on good terms with his neighbors. Cited from France in the Nineteenth Century, by Elizabeth Latimer
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