Let me rephrase
that, I'm really attracted to strong female characters."
Or let me rephrase
things: It should not have been necessary that this book had to be written.
Let us rephrase
: during Iberiabank's fourth quarter.
"When your child can use prepositions in speech, ask him questions, such as 'Where do you want to go?' If he answers without a preposition, repeat the question, and then rephrase
his answer emphasizing the preposition by making louder and more dramatic: 'Where do you want to go?
It is the relative ease with which one can rephrase
the nature of an obligation that gave the Karns court the ability to arrive at a different result from the Erickson Post court.
However, it might be more effective to rephrase
Seasoned and perceptive advisers like Harris, a professor of African and African American art at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the new adjunct curator of African American art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia, along with the unknown author of the story he retells, would probably rephrase
that to "You like what you know."
Right from the start, my work has always been out to rephrase
the question, What would an effective political intervention in the field of imagery be like?
Let me rephrase
that: I don't like all that fuss over the perfect pies, everything-neatly-organized, tied-up-with-bows, look-at-how-tasteful-everything-is-in-my-house way of life.
a hostile query ("I presume you are referring to ...") and then answer it as though you are addressinq it for the first time.
To their credit, my parents are among that dying breed of senior--uh, maybe I should rephrase
that--who have the courage to call themselves, say, 75 years "old" rather than 75 years "young".
``We're all over the place -let me rephrase
that, there is a disparity in the way that different fixed penalty notices have been brought in.
Treasury Secretary Larry Summers listed as benchmark: "Stature, expertise, ability to command global support, and commitment to a process of ongoing reform." From what we have learned recently, things have been turned upside down in such a way that we should rephrase
that three-year-old question: Did Germany get an IMF managing director it never expected?
Or perhaps I'd better rephrase
that - I'm not in the doghouse.
Okay, I'll rephrase
that, is it offensive enough so that you'd complain to the Advertising Standards Authority?