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We want to state emphatically that a segment of the Nigerian media is sinking deeper and deeper into the mesh of hate speech in spite of repeated appeals by recognised and reputable media bodies, the Government and concerned Nigerians.
I'm just touching the tip of the iceberg as to how important the presidency is and can't state emphatically enough the importance of this upcoming election.
I believe Commissioner Bush would state emphatically that we are not interested in selling the Alamo or giving up our authority on the Alamo," said Deputy Land Commissioner Larry Laine.
I wish to state emphatically and categorically that all our match officials are committed to undertaking their duties as normal and we look forward to reaching agreement in due course.
Now the book reads, "I would like to state emphatically that whatever movement has taken place so far in the direction of finding a solution to Kashmir is due considerably to the Kargil conflict.
We dined together but just as I say that no-one told me the Qataris were going to be there, I state emphatically that president Sarkozy did not ask me to vote for Qatar as host of the 2022 World Cup before, during or after that meeting.
In fact, they state emphatically, that expatriate Indian interest in property is skewed towards end-use needs.
The survey results state emphatically that the strategic location of Intermat Middle East is ideal for organisations and individuals in the construction and infrastructure industries to network and establish profitable relationships for building the future of the UAE, the wider GCC and Middle East region, North Africa and the Indian Subcontinent, the organisers said.
According to the Facebook post: "Let me state emphatically, everything has been followed to the letter of the law by myself and the employees of The Farrah Fawcett Foundation.
They state emphatically that "a tax increase of 1 percent of GDP reduces output over the next three years of nearly 3 percent" and argue that tax increases have "a large negative impact on investment.
There is no more weighty issue for Canada in the long term, but Harper continues to state emphatically that he has no intention of reviving the debate.

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