respond

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  • Info A respond is a half-pier or half-pillar which is bonded into a wall and designed to carry the springer at one end of an arch.
  • The pope responded that the real power should have the royal title as well.
  • Again, seven fire companies responded to the fire that burned for nearly ten hours.
  • Labor responded quickly, saying he had already started work on a piece.
  • He responds that he has no history because he has spent his life utterly alone.
  • Business leaders came to seek his help, and he often responded with free advice.
  • She responded that the committee was formed by members from many different political parties including conservative parties.
  • She responds by saying that she will only state her business to Dream.
  • When no one responded from within, they entered the house.
  • The responding officer initially had a difficult time getting into the house.
  • He instantly responds and says he will stay with her to look after his sister.
  • Deal was the only person to respond, even though her main instrument was guitar.
  • Anthony responded by speaking in every village in that county also before the trial began.
  • These vehicles respond from one of the city's two fire stations.
  • Research has indicated that certain areas of the brain respond particularly well to faces.
  • He responded writing how meaningful his life had been because of her.
  • The idea was that these smaller divisions would be better able to respond to the market.
  • When he responds that he is, she finally breaks up with him for good.
  • Response time is the total amount of time it takes to respond to a request for service.
  • One of his major themes is for contemporary art to respond to social issues.
  • Because of his death his representatives were given more time to respond to the ruling.
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Meaning of respond

  • verb Respond favorably or as hoped
    The cancer responded to the aggressive therapy