In Japan, our power won and emphatically ended the war, all right.
She emphatically says that the only thing that matters to her is getting her daughter home safely.
“The government announced that they had released political prisoners on amnesty but that is not true,” she says emphatically.
“Raymond Depardon and color photography are indissociable,” Chandès says emphatically.
Social media has emphatically empowered dissent in the Arab world, and caricature has found new life in this online world.
"Mas' Gammon's a rare old man," said the farmer, emphatically.
He spoke slowly and emphatically and the colonel did not raise his eyes from the desk.
He had read Miss Crewdson's letters; she was most emphatically not a settling woman!
Of its reality he made no question; "a plot," he says emphatically, "there was."
And that you shall have, my dear lass, he said emphatically.