See Pérez Laraudogoita (1999) for a rejoinder.
Murray, outraged, wrote a memorable rejoinder:
“Madam, I should like some tea,” was the sole rejoinder she got.
And if some scientists complain that all this will make their work costlier and harder, there is an obvious rejoinder.
(This sort of rejoinder may be found in Agar (1993).)
See also Zimmerman (2012) and a rejoinder by Smith (2012).
Two centuries later, the poet Richard Wilbur wrote a rejoinder:
The rejoinder to such a revisionary view of the role of intuitions takes various forms.
The most common rejoinder to Fodor’s innateness argument is to deny that HF is the only viable model of concept learning.
A phrase tagged on the Lee statue in the days after the article was published seemed to offer a rejoinder: “YOUR TAX STATUS IS RACIST.”
Not surprisingly, then, interpreters have read Anselm's reply to Gaunilo primarily in order to find his rejoinder to the Lost Island argument.
Publishing a rejoinder to an article is one thing; requesting its erasure is another, conventionally reserved for cases involving fraudulent data.
Y's rejoinder cannot be a contradictory of the content of X's claim, since the (de jure) election of Bush rendered both X's and Y's statements true.
(For a critique of this reply, see Talbott 1992; for Craig’s rejoinder, see Craig 1993; and for a critique of Craig’s rejoinder, see Seymour 2000a.)
The moment where Huck, having played a mean practical joke on Jim, has to deal with the force of Jim’s rejoinder, is the one that sets the heart, and the book, beating.
., see Goodman & Greenland’s comment of which PLOS would only publish a brief redaction, and Jager & Leek’s analysis (which has 6 comments and a rejoinder following it).
Another possible rejoinder would point out that we have extremely good grounds for believing that there are mountains and to suggest that the complaint that p is counterintuitive is merely the claim that not-p is extremely well-justified.
“You shall not get off in that way,” rejoined Stryver, shouldering the rejoinder at him; “no, Sydney, it's my duty to tell you—and I tell you to your face to do you good—that you are a devilish ill-conditioned fellow in that sort of society.
Passenger complaints about rises in fares – they will go up by an average by another 2.3 per cent in January – are often met with the rejoinder that more people are travelling by rail than ever before and that it’s only fair that passengers fork out, rather than the general taxpayer.
His rejoinder to Clinton’s criticism of Trump’s rhetoric against immigrants, Muslims, prisoners of war and women was to falsely pin conspiracy theories surrounding Obama’s birthplace on Clinton’s 2008 campaign – even though Trump rose to political prominence on a crusade to obtain the president’s birth certificate.
- a quick reply to a question or remark (especially a witty or critical one)
Example: it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher
- (law) a pleading made by a defendant in response to the plaintiff's replication
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His rejoinder to Clintons criticism of Trumps rhetoric against immigrants Muslims prisoners of war and women was to falsely pin conspiracy theories surrounding Obamas birthplace on Clintons 2008 campaign – even though Trump rose to political prominence on a crusade to obtain the presidents birth certificate