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You'll have to tell me again – I wasn't listening.
If you fail the exam you will have to take it again.
Once again the troops moved forward, and once again they were driven back.
Robert's heart operation had to be postponed yet again.
Oh no, now I'll have to start all over again.
I turned over and went back to sleep again.
The streets of the city are quiet again.
The law on copyright is still unclear. And again, it's a complex issue.
I read through her letter again and again.
I've told you time and again, you have to wear a helmet.
A house in the city costs half as much again as a house in the suburbs.
I suppose Elaine might help; then again she might not.
The hotel was awful. But then again, you can't expect much for $30 a night.
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