Yossarian's vainglorious commanders raise the number of required missions and raise them again and again.
again, this reflects a lack of knowledge about the criminal justice system.
It only shows, once again, that Jalics has indeed decided to forgive Bergoglio for whatever he did and that he wants to move on.
The other obvious trend at the fair is also good for visitors: Some art is again affordable.
The protagonists Bernier and Gautier have a duel that again occupies an adrenaline-defying amount of time.
How can I think of any thing except the joy of having found you again?
"I told him high altitudes and high livin' would do any man—" again he was silent.
The boy laid the poster on the table where she could read it again, word for word.
The poor devil had consumption, too, and probably he'll never see them again.
These tuna may return next year and then again they may not return for ten years.
late Old English agan, from earlier ongean "toward, opposite, against, in exchange for," from on "on" (see on) + -gegn "against, toward," compounded for a sense of "lined up facing, opposite," and "in the opposite direction, returning." For -gegn, cf. Old Norse gegn "straight, direct;" Danish igen "against;" Old Frisian jen, Old High German gegin, German gegen "against, toward," entgegen "against, in opposition to."
In Old English, eft was the main word for "again" (see eftsoons), but this often was strengthened by ongean, which became the principal word by 13c. Norse influence is responsible for the hard -g-. Differentiated from against 16c. in southern writers, again becoming an adverb only, and against taking over as preposition and conjunction, but again clung to all senses in northern and Scottish dialect (where against was not adopted).