reiterated


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to reiterated: thesaurus, acquainted
See: repeated
References in classic literature ?
Go or stay," reiterated Wardour, "it's all one to me.
With this reiterated roll-call of the dead he walked into the darkness and we saw him no more.
She instantly understood him; and, in spite of Noel Vanstone's reiterated assertions that he stood in no need of the captain's arm, placed herself at once by the housekeeper's side.
With the greatest pleasure," he reiterated, repeating the words with a tender look for Magdalen, and a spiteful accent for Mrs.
Without doubt, these reiterated knocks were a signal; for, at the moment Fouquet approached the glass listening, the same noise was renewed, and in the same measure.
And he went on with his work in spite of the reiterated appeals of the bell.
Summary: Armonk (New York) - The UN chief Ban Ki-moon's Personal Envoy for the Sahara, Christopher Ross, said on Thursday in Armonk that the parties reiterated their commitment to "continue their negotiations" on the Sahara.
Summary: King Mohammed VI reiterated instructions to hold the upcoming local elections in total transparency and respect of the Law .
In an interview with the Guardian, arch-dove Blanchflower, reiterated.
In resolving the issue, both firms reiterated their strong commitment to maintaining a fair and honest bidding process for corporate moving jobs in New York City.
To bring clarity to the negotiations between the companies, Mediacom's CEO, Rocco Commisso, today reiterated his challenge to Sinclair's CEO, David Smith, to join him in testifying unconditionally and under oath before Congress about the dispute between the companies and the FCC handling of it, as early as the House Telecom & Internet Subcommittee - FCC Oversight Hearing tentatively scheduled on February 15, 2007.
Summary: Armonk (New York) - The UN chief Ban Ki-moon's Personal Envoy for the Sahara, Christopher Ross, said on Thursday in Armonk that "the parties reiterated their commitment to continue their negotiations as soon as possible" on the Sahara.