The contingencies of the voyage-in-progress had to be made to echo the events of the original voyage, or they would receive no airtime.
If the server were to echo the download requests, the target machine would enter an endless loop which could tie up its resources and from which the only escape is a re-boot.
The sound mix adds more reverberant echo to Vaughan's voice once the entirety of the space and the physical relations within it have been revealed.
The intruders' violent ends echo the combativeness with which Trebor dealt with the world around him.
On Tuesday some other disappointed chairman will echo his words.
How many can echo his words ‘It's a joy getting up each morning for work’?
I predict the series finale will echo Seinfeld's last episode, in which the show's creators finally forced us to see Seinfeld and his gang as petty and brutish and not funny at all.
In a vague echo of '60s counterculture and New Age platitudes, these crusades are likened to the sacred quest for human freedom.
Think lots of reverb, echo , and all-out intergalactic noise accompanying traditional reggae beats and vocals.
The latter term evokes a distant echo to disgust, a moral revulsion that verges on physical recoil.