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You’ve likely heard this before, but it deserves being restated.
HOW VISUAL CONTENT CAN GIVE A BOOST TO YOUR SEO AND HOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGEANTHONY GAENZLENOVEMBER 10, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
In either case, the proposition must be brought one step nearer to the reader by the restatement, or the repetition is not good.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
It has to do with valuations and principles of exchange and ownership, all of which need psychological restatement.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
This is, after all, only a restatement in modern terms of the teaching of St. Thomas of Aquin in the thirteenth century.
CATHOLIC CHURCHMEN IN SCIENCEJAMES J. WALSH
When such unintelligible words are heard, very loud repeated restatement of the word will help in finding the original.
CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
This is not a mere restatement of the case, for individuality is an objective fact capable of being treated by physical science.
THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
At such moments there is special need for the restatement and enforcement by argument of sound principles.
CAMBRIDGE ESSAYS ON EDUCATIONVARIOUS
The expression, if not positively misleading and untrue, is at the best only a restatement of fact.
THE WHENCE AND THE WHITHER OF MANJOHN MASON TYLER
And was not this restatement of the national character Borodin's great contribution to his age's life?
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
It is merely an entertaining restatement of an egoism of a kind that man was trying to discard before the days of bows and arrows.
THE BOOK OF THIS AND THATROBERT LYND
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WORDS RELATED TO RESTATEMENT

  • adaptation
  • chronicle
  • clarification
  • condensation
  • construction
  • exercise
  • form
  • history
  • interpretation
  • narrative
  • paraphrase
  • portrayal
  • reading
  • redaction
  • rendering
  • rendition
  • report
  • restatement
  • side
  • simplification
  • sketch
  • statement
  • story
  • tale
  • transcription
  • translation
  • variant
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