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- noun One who
joins(an organisation, etc.) again.
- noun A brief introduction to a
radioshow, etc. when it continues after a commercialor other break.
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So anytime one complains about comparing HADCRU to GISS you get this rejoiner about difference reference periods… etc etc etc.
There is the end image and there is every single line to which the nike visual rejoiner is "If a Gimp can do it; what is your excuse."
I await the rejoiner that these notes were always available and that the deniers are again making a mountain out of a mole hill.
"Babies dont have heart problems" is the most common rejoiner.
Here are his rebuttal, my rejoiner, and his response.
There is a rejoiner to their letter from Mr. Hellman.
The quick rejoiner gave the captain a momentary shock; he had underrated these amiable people.
A stormy threat by a sneering, drunken officer to turn his Canadian artillery on the bloomin 'Yanks could be met by a cold-as-steel rejoiner that the British officer would please realize his drunken condition, and take back the sneering threat and come across with a reasonable order or suffer the immediate consequences.
"Bet it was hazy all right," was Redmond's sarcastic rejoiner, "like most of your bar-room recollections, Yorkey."
Conscious I was that her rejoiner would be in accord with my desire, as it proved.