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Elsewhere in the building, Christian Norberg-Schulz would intone his theories.
Uncle Sam doesn't want to see it getting into the wrong hands" the voiceover intones.
Y2K, Falwell intones on a recently issued videotape, "may be God's instrument to shake this nation, to humble this nation .
As an old blues song intones, "Motherless children have a hard time, when their mother is gone.
This is your nation's leadership on drugs," the announcer intones.
The AP stylebook intones, "Never alter quotations even to correct minor grammatical errors or word usage.
for that clear empathetic voice of his," the singer intones, calling Graham "part poet, part preacher, a singer of the human spirit.
It's a brief tract that intones, in the same font, layout, and stately manner, the title of the work and its dimensions, provenance, and pedigree.
I find myself questioning my journey," Ripper intones annoyingly, his sentimentality growing moister and more febrile with every upsetting revelation.
I am Drakula," Drake intones at the start of his show, echoing the words of the famous Bram Stoker novel that forever linked Eastern European vampire lore to the 15th-century Transylvanian.
The New York-based World Monument Fund site, where some of this is reported, intones grimly that 'the cost [of tarting up its t op 100 buildings] is modest compared to the terrible price of failure'.
intones, "As they grow and outgrow, JCPenney is there.