“Echo” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· The Cummings effect: study finds public faith was lost after aide's trip →
That analysis echoes warnings from politicians, scientists and police leaders that Cummings’ behaviour and the subsequent lack of police action was being used as an excuse by those who were not following lockdown rules.
· America should learn from Australia on China, says key US Congressman →
However, Payne stressed that Australia would also seek to promote its own national interests and notably declined to echo Pompeo's strident rhetoric against the Chinese Communist Party, which had escalated in recent weeks over everything from Huawei and human rights, to the closures of consulates in Texas and Chengdu.
· Transfer rumours: Aubameyang, Lingard, Silva, Willian, Soyuncu, Rice, Terry →
(Bournemouth Daily Echo)
The China Post
· California, cities battle over marijuana home-delivery rule →
That argument was largely echoed in the judge’s tentative order.
· Pence denounces rulings of Chief Justice Roberts calling him ‘disappointment to conservatives’ →
Some conservatives echoed the same sentiments as Mr Pence, insisting that judges should work to confirm constitutionalist judges.
· PM Update: Flash flood watch through the night as showers and storms drop heavy rain →
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· Thanks to Trumpism, the Republican Party is beyond redemption →
She knew, too, that though history doesn’t repeat, it does echo.
· Ex-Saudi intel officer accuses Mohammed bin Salman of ordering his assassination →
The team was stopped by Canadian customs officials who, in a grisly echo of the Khashoggi case, were found carrying forensic tools that could have been used to dismember a corpse, Aljabri alleges.
· Couple claiming they saw Dominic Cummings on second lockdown trip complain to police watchdog →
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