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I want us all to redouble our efforts to give children their childhood, to
I call on the participants to redouble their efforts to reach agreements.
We pledge to redouble our efforts to bring the perpetrators of this crime against humanity to justice.
The Prime Minister asked that we redouble our efforts in winning their release.
Ashraf Qazi, head of the UN mission in Sudan, urged the southern Sudan government "to investigate these incidents and to redouble their efforts to help de-escalate the rising wave of violence in southern Sudan.
Now the keeper knows he must redouble his efforts next season in order to secure a long-term future with the Paisley side.
Coun Adrian Andrew, cabinet member for regeneration, said: "I would like to reassure residents that I am looking for officers to redouble their efforts.
NCB will leverage the external launch of the simplified name and look to redouble its efforts in strengthening communities nationwide with customer-centric banking and financial services, complemented by a special focus on cooperative expansion and economic development.
This trend makes it imperative that we redouble our efforts to reduce emissions, particularly from mobile security sources, in order to meet upcoming federal ozone and particulate matter standards.
And we need to redouble our efforts to build greater awareness and support for veterans programs, both in Washington and among the American public.
This means that we must redouble our efforts to spread the wealth-building strategies--including homeownership, disciplined saving and investing, and estate planning--necessary to insulate black families against an uncertain job market.
Earlier, Colin Powell, the United States Secretary of State, condemned as barbarous the beheading by Islamic militants in Saudi Arabia and he vowed to redouble American efforts to combat terrorism.