The silence in the valley was heard loud and clear
"Colin's appointment will ensure that Scottish voices are heard loud and clear
at the highest level."
The 27-year-old has been nominated for the role by PCC David Jamieson, who said he would "continue to ensure the voice of young people is heard loud and clear
He will continue to ensure the voice of young people is heard loud and clear
It's understood that the jets usually fly at around 3,000ft during training - but that's low enough to be heard loud and clear
"Crucially, strong bonds with our Labour colleagues has meant that Wales's voice has also been heard loud and clear
in the UK manifesto.
Strauss made the remark when he thought his microphone was off during a commercial break but the comment was heard loud and clear
It's a message I have heard loud and clear
, and will hear again today when I deliver the first-ever ministerial address at their AGM.
I hope your voice is heard loud and clear
and makes people stop in their tracks and take stock of what they are doing and what is happening around them.
So it is vitally important for the future of our industry that our views are heard loud and clear
by our democratically elected representatives."
During two evenings of question-and-answer sessions at the conclusion of our 10-step presentation, we heard loud and clear
that the anticipated cost of college, and the prospect of incurring significant debt in order to educate a child, has become overwhelming.
Bacon can be heard loud and clear
in this keenly pitched book.