I think he needs to anticipate what the criticisms from Romney are and have a handful of responses in his back pocket.
We got almost 1,300 responses in three days—769 from gun owners and 524 from non-gun owners.
Nor, given the responses to his earlier publications, can he seriously argue that he was unaware of any potential harm.
The publication of the incident caused an uproar within the religious-Zionist community and garnered a wide range of responses.
Amanda Hess at Slate criticized attempts at comparing Solo and Rice and the responses of their two different sports leagues.
The kind of responses which transfer are quite as important as the amount of the transfer.
No one dropped the ring or mispronounced the responses, or trod on Evie's train, or cried.
For this purpose I took a batch of six radishes and obtained from them responses at gradually increasing temperatures.
Standing by her lover's side, Bettina gave the responses clearly.
There was only the brief hesitation that preceded all her responses.
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.