The news will not be relayed by the palace's twitter feed for approximately half an hour, sources say.
His story was also relayed to executives who were on the international-real-estate committee.
Or did the young pop star mean well, even if he relayed his feelings a bit foolishly?
Their teacher asked Ryan about the tree and then relayed the class a story of survival that they would take with them.
The message was relayed to me while I was having lunch with a senior Wall Street executive who has regular contact with Rubin.
That was Grantline's first message to us, and Miko had relayed it to his men.
Var stared at the screen as the flight was relayed to him, snarling.
A young earnest assistant producer with a crew cut turned and relayed the summons.
Correy relayed the order, and instantly the rays were cut off.
The retired skipper had only one additional comment, which Barby relayed.
late 14c., "hounds placed along a line of chase," from Middle French relai "reserve pack of hounds or other animals" (13c.), from Old French relaier "to exchange tired animals for fresh," literally "leave behind," from re- "back" (see re-) + laier "to leave" (see delay (v.)). The etymological sense is "to leave (dogs) behind (in order to take fresh ones)." Of horses, 1650s. Electromagnetic sense first recorded 1860. As a type of foot-race, it is attested from 1898.
c.1400, "to set a pack of (fresh) hounds after a quarry;" also "change horses," from Old French relaiier, from relai (see relay (n.)). Related: Relayed; relaying.