do so

do so

Used for emphasis to insist that one does, has done, or has something. The phrase typically ends the sentence or is followed by a verb. A: "I don't think you finished your homework." B: "I did so!" A: "Honey, you're fine. You don't have a fever." B: "I do so have a fever! Feel my forehead again!"
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You can't break up everything of course, but you should do so where it makes sense.
But these reports didn't try to answer the question; they just encouraged departments to do so.
Never expect anyone to engage in a behavior that serves your values unless you give that person adequate reason to do so.
With few exceptions, they can do so whether your computer environment is DOS, Windows, Unix, OS/2, a network, a mainframe or a Macintosh.
Mobius accepts no obligation to update these forward-looking statements and does not intend to do so.
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members in February, expressed concern that companies can use the new rule as an excuse to provide less information to investors: 81% agreed with the statement, "Now that Regulation FD has gone into effect, companies that want to minimize communication with investors can do so more effectively.
And, it lets them do so with an ease and transparency that was never available before.