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They just re-echo the post to make it rise through the site's ranks.
Grace Fua tackled questions from information officers who are expected to re-echo DAR's responses to concerns of farmers in their respective towns.
The pangs of agony of man of this era echo and re-echo in the disillusioned images of his own which have been crafted strikingly by the artist.
There is the call to prayer five times a day, which rends the air with cries of the greatness and unity of God; there is the individual service, carried on in silence, but with God's name on the lips of every individual worshipper; there is the public service in which the Imam recites aloud portions of the Holy Quran, that tell of divine grandeur and glory, with the refrain of 'Allah-u-Akbar' repeated at every change of movement; and when the prayer is finished, there is again a chorus of voices speaking of divine greatness, making the mosque echo and re-echo with the remembrance of God.
She told the cheerful women groups that, "the UNRCSP is happy to join the millions of women all over the world to re-echo the theme of this year's International Women's Day which is "women and men are united to end violence against women and girls.
I've written before about his call to God's service as a very young boy, yet I do so wish that more people would re-echo his childlike words: 'Speak, Lord, for your servant hears.
To re-echo the voice of Vice President Leni Robredo, these are the people who are at the laylayan (the outskirts of society).
The participants are mandated to re-echo to their groups and constituents the lessons learned in the workshop.
Dante Donayre, operations chief of the DCDRMC, said that despite the disaster-preparedness training held for community leaders in the past, the disaster-preparedness is still wanting in the community level as elected barangay officials still fail to re-echo these in the communities.
There is the call to prayer five times a day, which rends the air with cries of the greatness and unity of Almighty God: there is the individual service carried on in silence, but with Almighty God's name on the lips of every individual worshipper, there is the public service in which the Imam recites aloud portions of the Holy Quran, that tell of divine grandeur and glory, with the refrain of A"Allah-u-Akbar'A" repeated at every change of movement; and when the prayer is finished, there is again a chorus of voices speaking of divine greatness, making the mosque echo and re-echo with the remembrance of Almighty God.
To see these gallant men return, with loved ones safe and sound, their cries of joy and hymns of praise, re-echo all around.
In addition, the participants are expected to re-echo the practices to plant propagators and fruit tree growers in their locality in order to improve the industry in general.
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