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Use "emphasise" in a sentence
"One would imagine the emphasise is so that people don’t waste effort encouraging non-UK contacts to sign it when they would either not sign it when that requirement was highlighted, or if they did sign it simply get discounted by Downing Street who, other intents aside, do seem to wish for these e-petitions to be generally ‘valid’."
"Although I have the quotation marks in the right place to allow me to claim strict accuracy, I accept, for what it is worth, that I should have used "emphasise" and not "affirm"."
"The benefit of this hybrid form for the writer is that it frees up the texture of the book, avoiding the build-up of clogging documentation, and allows him to hurry over or emphasise themes at will."