reflect again

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If you don't believe me, reflect again upon the widening gap, between the S&P 500 and annual VA sales, noted earlier.
First, let's reflect again on the fact that the loud people who run this country because their supporters show up to the polls and keep the pressure on, are a minority.
He said, 'I think I would like to reflect again on the question as to whether we should decide whether the Oireachtas and future members of the Oireachtas would be able to do an inquiry like this to the extent that would be warranted and whether it should be considered if whether we should have a future referendum again on that matter.
We recently read an academic article titled, "Why Clients Fail at Retirement," that caused us to reflect again on the many dimensions of the client/advisor relationship.
and the same expertise seems to reflect again in the success of MC4a.
Yes, let us take time to reflect again and really listen to his message.
Commenting on the poems, which will be read by both Simon and surviving relatives, a BBC spokesman, said: "This film offers an opportunity to reflect again on that catastrophic loss of life and to think about how we commemorate the dead for the next 100 years.
The couple were together again in Normandy last Friday to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, an event which made me reflect again on what Blaise Pascal (a Christian philosopher who would appeal to Ms Petkovic) called the absurdity of war.
The work of Ebrahim prompts me to reflect again on this concept of quality as multi-dimensional.
The most important thing is to motivate the players to get their ambitions right, to reflect again on what the club has achieved in the last six years and we need to keep this route to success.
Lean down now, creel of starlight and moon, and reflect again your