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once more

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again and again

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there again or then again

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once more

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Nikita again sprang lightly out, throwing down the reins, and went ahead to see what had brought him to a standstill, but hardly had he made a step in front of the horse before his feet slipped and he went rolling down an incline.
Or again, the question may be solved by punctuation, as in Empedocles,--
Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "O Zarathustra, he who hath to remove mountains removeth also valleys and plains.
They walked slowly, with frequent pauses, but without speaking again.
She, who but a few minutes since had shuddered at the thought of their meeting again, was now eager to devise a means of finding her way privately to an interview with Grace.
Not feeling quite satisfied with this explanation, as, even taking it to be the correct one, it still involved a little mystery and doubt, Mr Swiveller raised the curtain again, determined to take the first favourable opportunity of addressing his companion.
Before half an hour's time all was done, and out they flew again.
I think I heard you volunteer, Starkey," said Hook, purring again.
The baby grunted again, and Alice looked very anxiously into its face to see what was the matter with it.
says Mademoiselle Hortense, darkening her large eyes again.
And now, dear friend, you who have journeyed with me in all these merry doings, I will not bid you follow me further, but will drop your hand here with a "good den," if you wish it; for that which cometh hereafter speaks of the breaking up of things, and shows how joys and pleasures that are dead and gone can never be set upon their feet to walk again.
The doctor was very much displeased about something and made a change in the dressings, turning the wounded man over so that he groaned again and grew unconscious and delirious from the agony.
And possibly the root of this dissatisfaction lay in the fact that he realized that were he again to have the same opportunity he would still find it as impossible to slay a woman as it had been in Wilhelmstal that night.
After a banishment of years, Mary had got back again into my mind.
In a moment he spoke again, still in the low, unsteady voice.