There is a whole generation conceiving a response to 1989—and the writers in this anthology prove the point.
In response, Iran has carried out mass arrests at home—and backed a series of offensives against ISIS abroad.
In 1998, President Clinton bombed Serbia in response to the attempted ethnic cleansing of Kosovo without such approval.
On Wednesday, Williams posted on Twitter a response from the American Civil Liberties Union declining to take up her case.
Then, after the statements from the Capitol were issued, there was no longer any response.
Grenfell kept on shooting, but there was no response from the shore.
The silence of the prairie was the only response to his cry.
It was her response to Andrew McLean's greeting that evening.
I coo-ied as loud as I could, and listened; but there was no response.
"You can hold your tongue and wait, and not be ungrateful," was the response of Octavia Chattaway.
response re·sponse (rĭ-spŏns')
A reaction, as that of an organism or any of its parts, to a specific stimulus.
A reaction, as that of an organism or any of its parts, to a specific stimulus. See more at classical conditioning.