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?
Nothing could be gained and much could be lost by an attempt to rephrase
what we have said at Winnipeg.
So, I should rephrase
that - I have never 'officially' directed before.
the Sixties, to those who lost, ``Make love, not hate.
a hostile query ("I presume you are referring to .
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".
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?
The Rugby Stop The War Coalition wanted to ask a question relating the cost of war to council tax increases, but officials said the question was "not relevant" and asked them to rephrase
it for a community leadership panel meeting at Rugby Town Hall on Thursday night.
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?
Let me rephrase
this for readers who are recent graduates of Texas public schools: "Long sentences are hard.
Griffin's argument, Wright is so obsessed with the horror of the "kitchenette," which in his mind black women perversely perpetuate through a worship of domestic space, that he fails to recognize the value of the "kitchen tradition" which passes down communal wisdom from generation to generation.
That nice friendly lawyer says, "If there are any questions you don't understand or that are confusing in any way, please tell me and I will rephrase
my question for you.
and recap what you think you have heard someone say.
Also, ask your doctor to rephrase
a reply you cannot understand.