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Northam made the remarks at an afternoon news briefing on the coronavirus pandemic.

In March, she made a similar remark, only this time specifying that all 3,000 SIAs were stopped at the southern border.

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In a phone interview, Jang remembered being surprised by the remark.

Putting aside Drew Brees’s advanced age — and the chemistry fallout from his ill-advised remarks in June — he still ranks as the second-best QB in the league and leads one of the NFL’s best groups of offensive weapons.

Last summer, when I told friends and family that I’d be rafting 225 miles from Lee’s Ferry to Diamond Creek, Arizona, on the Colorado River, I received all kinds of remarks.

The remark comes to mind while reading The Selected Letters of Norman Mailer.

He always claimed that “in England everyone looks as I do, and no one would remark on it.”

I would have asked for his name, if not for the comment that followed the concerned remark.

House Speaker John Boehner condemned the remark, but the damage was done.

And the second remark came during the Japanese internment conversation.

"Capital, capital," his lordship would remark with great alacrity, when there was no other way of escape.

He obeyed without remark, though with an unsteady voice, as he uttered communications he knew were so hostile to her expectation.

When Grandfather Mole overheard Mrs. Robin making such a remark he would quite likely advise her to "try a smaller one."

I made some remark to Masters which led to another from him, and in five minutes' time we were chatting on all sorts of topics.

He made no further remark as they descended the darker section of the stair, and she could think of nothing to say to him.

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On this page you'll find 166 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remark, such as: assertion, attention, commentary, conclusion, explanation, and note.

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