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Says who?

On whose authority? According to whom? Used to express disagreement with or defiance against something that someone has just said. A: "There's no way a pipsqueak like you can win this race!" B: "Oh yeah? Says who?" A: "You can't take those files to the police!" B: "Oh, really? Says who—you?"
See also: Say

sez me

On my authority; according to me. An intentional misspelling of "says me." Used to assert one's confidence about some statement or proclamation one has just made, most often in response to the phrase "Sez who?" A: "You are not taking the car out tonight!" B: "Oh yeah? Sez who?" A: "Sez me! I paid for it, so I get to decide who uses it or not!" A: "Who says we can't go out tonight?" B: "Sez me, that's who! This is my house, and you'll do as I say!"
See also: sez

sez who

On whose authority? According to whom? An intentional misspelling of "Says who?" Used to express disagreement with or defiance against something that someone has just said. A: "There's no way you can win the race!" B: "Oh yeah? Sez who?" A: "You can't take those files to the police!" B: "Oh, really? Sez who—you?"
See also: sez, who
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

Says me!

 and Sez me!
Inf. a formulaic answer to Says who? Tom: Says who? Fred: Says me, that's who! Tom: You? Fred: You got it, buster. Says me!
See also: Say

Says who?

 and Sez who?
Inf. a formulaic challenge indicating disagreement with someone who has said something. Tom: Says who? Fred: Says me, that's who! She drew herself up to her full height, looked him straight in the eye, and said, "Says who?"
See also: Say
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Says me!

and Sez me!
exclam. a formulaic answer to Says who? TOM: Says who? FRED: Says me, that’s who! TOM: You? FRED: You got it, buster. Says me!
See also: Say

Sez me!

verb
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Says who?

and Sez who?
interrog. a formulaic challenge indicating disagreement with someone who has said something. (see also Says you!.) TOM: Says who? FRED: Says me, that’s who! She drew herself up to her full height, looked him straight in the eye, and said, “Says who?”
See also: Say

Sez who?

verb
See also: Sez
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"'Soft an' aisy, Sorr,' sez I; 'you've niver had your draf' in hannd since you left cantonmints Wait till the night, an' your work will be ready to you.
"'Rough quarthers, men,' sez he, 'but you can't look to be as comfortable as in barricks.
Come an' have a dhrink, me son,' sez Peg Barney, staggerin' where he stud.
"'You're a sulky swine, you are,' sez Peg Barney, an' at that the men in the tent began to laugh.
"Peg him out!' sez me orf'cer bhoy, up loud, just as if 'twas battalion p'rade an' he pickin' his wurrds from the Sargint.
"I tuk a peg an'' jammed ut into his ugly jaw - 'Bite on that, Peg Barney,' I sez; 'the night is settin' frosty, an' you'll be wantin' divarsion before the mornin'.
"'Peg out that man!' sez me orf'cer bhoy, niver losin' his timper; an' the non-coms wint in and pegged out Scrub Greene by the side av Peg Barney.
"Just before Revelly, me orf'cer bhoy comes out an' sez: 'Loose those men an' send thim to their tents!' Scrub Greene wint away widout a word, but Peg Barney, stiff wid the cowld, stud like a sheep, thryin' to make his orf'cer undherstand he was sorry for playin' the goat.
"I wint to the ould Colour-Sargint and I sez: - 'Let me die in glory,' sez I.
"'A man he is,' sez ould Hother; 'the draf's as sick as a herrin'.
"'Amin,' sez I, 'an' good luck go wid him, wheriver he be, by land or by sea.
While an agreement between the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Economic Zone Development Management Company (KPEZDMC) and the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) for the development of Rashakai SEZ in Nowshera had been signed on Nov 3, 2018, the government expects that 'work on off-site infrastructure facilities' for the project will begin on Oct 31, according to the official document.
The three SEZs, which were decided to be developed initially in the 7th JCC meeting, were Rashakai SEZ in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Dhabeji SEZ in Sindh and Allama Iqbal Industrial City in Faisalabad.
In addition to this, the SEZ also has direct access to the National Highway, which enables transportation of goods upcountry and to Central Asian nations through the national trade corridor, he added.
CRBC is the concessionaire of the Rashakai SEZ. HBL and CBRC will work towards the development of the Rashakai SEZ and attract international and domestic investors.