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Examples

  • "I'd Rather Be a Negro Than a Poor White Man" is a "sponse" to an imaginary "call" that the Negro is inferior by nature.

    Negro Folk Rhymes Wise and Otherwise: With a Study

  • A powerful storm blanketed Central Park with 19 inches of winter white, making this month the snowiest January in New York City history and giving Mayor Michael Bloomberg his biggest opportunity yet to redeem himself following his administration's poor re sponse to the post-Christmas blizzard.

    City Pulls Off a Snow Job

  • Troubot tried to reason whether he should make a re - sponse.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • He had learned too much of the living re - sponse, these past five years, and hardly cared to diminish that lest it affect his relationship with Fleta.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • It's critical that we support the Kerry rapid response team (so rapid that they're getting dubbed a 'pre-sponse' team) in their efforts to brand lies lies, and liars liars, because the bad guys have a pretty well oiled operation. posted by Shaun at

    Speaking of lists...

  • The airship lurched and shuddered in re - sponse, and the air was filled with cries and curses.

    Ilse Witch

  • Without waiting for their re - sponse, he started ahead, a wraithlike figure in the gloom, his arm extended before him like a shield, swinging right and left to coun - terattack the fire threads with his magic as he fought his way toward the obelisk.

    Ilse Witch

  • Quentin repeated, extending his own hand in re - sponse.

    Ilse Witch

  • The boy grinned and waved in re - sponse, clearly pleased with the unexpected attention.

    Ilse Witch

  • Black Moclips strained against her tethers in re - sponse, shifting slightly as light converted to energy was expelled through the parse tubes.

    Ilse Witch

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