Once-again sentence example

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  • Torn, she closed the door on him once again.
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  • The women once again remained close by.
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  • Her large eyes were fearful once again.
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  • He took her face in his hands and drew her to him, kissing her once again.
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  • Ethel was once again making a daily print appearance, concentrating on the subject of mystic tips, and soliciting comments from law enforcement agencies.
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  • The skies opened once again as he reached the house, and thunder boomed in the distance.
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  • She approached him, gaze troubled once again.
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  • She squeezed her eyes closed, unable to move once again.
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  • He closed his eyes to Travel out of the condo, aware he'd snapped at her once again.
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  • Even the crossbow she'd used the other night was clean and perched where she'd found it, loaded once again.
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  • Jenn left without saying anything, once again unable to get a read on the kid.
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  • Yully opened herself to him, and he shivered as their souls, then their bodies, met once again.
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  • She pulled it free, once again compelled to stare at the name written there.
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  • He'd expected her original reaction to him to be born of shock, but she wrapped her arms around him once again.
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  • Jule bristled suddenly, the smile disappearing as his face turned predatory once again.
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  • He touched his brother's face, his emotions soaring once again.
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  • Deidre shook her head, once again feeling too far away from the reality these creatures lived in.
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  • Cynthia looked to her husband for agreement but before he could second her suggestion, Westlake once again jammed the old vehicle in gear.
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  • While Cynthia didn't explain her decision to fit God and church into their busy Sunday morning schedule, once again she dressed for church and Dean dutifully followed suit.
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  • "Look, once again I owe you big time," she said.
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  • Gabriel asked, focusing once again on his surroundings.
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  • She shook her head, once again amazed at how awful pain was.
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  • They made love twice, then once again.
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  • The door cracked in the middle beneath the second blow, and she went sailing once again.
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  • Katie was slower to follow, feeling lightheaded once again.
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  • Hannah asked, gaze on Kris once again.
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  • She rolled her eyes, once again a test subject to the great overlord of the Immortals.
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  • Kiera was hungry and overwhelmed once again.
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  • Don't overextend yourself for me, she said, her face warm once again.
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  • "We will discuss matters later," he said once again.
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  • "Not with these people," he said, once again the egotistical protector who knew better than her.
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  • She didn't, and the disappointment brought tears to her eyes once again.
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  • She looked at the ground instead of Evelyn, feeling bereft once again.
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  • She pulled her hair back in a scrunchie at the base of her neck, growing nervous once again.
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  • Edith began to cry, but once again wouldn't answer.
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  • What if he fell for this Deidre and she changed once again?
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  • She turned and pulled her hair aside to show him the tattoo once again.
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  • She hid in the kitchen, cold inside once again.
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  • He turned her to face him, and she gazed up at him, once again awed by his size, heat, and intensity.
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  • She looked up at him, awed once again by his size.
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  • Despite the piercing gaze she'd never quite gotten used to, she stepped past Jetr and looked up at her mate, taking him in breathlessly once again.
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  • Standing there, silhouetted against the upstairs light, he was once again reminded of his prior night's dream.
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  • Cynthia busied herself with the notebook once again.
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  • Edith shut her eyes and Dean thought for a moment she might once again faint.
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  • After a call to Fred at Bird Song and the necessary schedule changes, they once again boarded the Jeep for the one-hour ride.
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  • He then sat on the sofa, put his feet up on the overstuffed ottoman and once again congratulated himself on his prowess.
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  • "I better be going," His heart sunk once again.
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  • Elisabeth entered the room, and once again took his breath away.
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  • Jackson was once again struck by how much like a family it felt.
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  • Jackson awoke, famished; he once again had not fed all day.
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  • Adrenaline and battle lust reared once again.
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  • He was once again the rebel commander and not her Guardian.
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  • The rotators caught, pulling them out of the spin, slowed their ascent, then gave out once again.
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  • Brady recovered his balance, once again amazed at just how weak his body was.
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  • Nothing did, and she trailed Gabriel once again.
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  • She apolo­gized that she would once again need his detailed report now that the body remained missing.
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  • After once again setting up Dean's tent, this time in the dark, Fred suggested they go someplace quiet and talk.
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  • He filled in Fred before the two once again parted.
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  • The lodge was in the next block and once again mirrored the others he'd visited since this business began.
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  • Watching his retreating back, it occurred to her once again that she might lose him over moral issues.
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  • Checking the record, her face grew warm on discovery that Alex had once again tried in vain to reach her.
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  • Still, the little girl inside wanted to believe the magic room had weaved its spell once again.
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  • "I made a promise," Jonny said, his tone confident once again.
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  • She stiffened, once again the leader, and gazed up at him.
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  • Her eyes flew up to the guard as she sought to orient herself once again.
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  • Taran accepted it, once again unsettled by the darkness clinging to the book.
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  • Her heart quickened once again.
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  • She felt panic bubble and tears sting her eyes once again.
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  • She moved forward once again down an alley leading directly to the open area before the wall.
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  • But even with those bleak thoughts swirling in her head, she felt herself slide under his spell once again.
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  • Taran was quiet, pensive once again.
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  • The demon had stilled, once again considering.
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  • Taran glanced at Memon, who was frozen once again as he communicated silently with the demon.
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  • At the door he paused with his hand on the knob, his tone once again authoritative.
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  • She entered the dark, sensual bedroom once again and accepted the necklace with the rough, round red ruby at its center.
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  • Jessi began laughing, once again not at all certain what she agreed to – or why.
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  • There was no telling what was going on around her, and she hoped once again that her stealth magic hid her from the Others.
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  • After another period of preaching in Italy and watching over the development of the order, Francis once again set out for the East (1219).
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  • But once again in his political writings he breaks away from empiricism in appealing to natural law - an intuitionalist or conceivably an idealist tradition.
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  • Only the Samnites, who were as yet without the Roman franchise, remained his enemies, and it seemed as if the old war between Rome and Samnium had to be fought once again.
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  • The extinction of the western caliphate and the dispersion of the once noble heritage of the Ommayads into numerous petty independent states, had taken place some thirty years previously, so that Castilian and Moslem were once again upon equal terms, the country being almost equally divided between them.
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  • But the improved organization, better communications and supplies, superior moral, and once again the breech-loader versus a standing target, which caused the Prussian successes, at least give us an opportunity of comparing the old and the new systems under similar conditions, and even thus the principle of the "armed nation" achieved the decision in a period of time which, for the old armies, was wholly insufficient.
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  • He had also contemplated some addition to the Homeric studies which he had always loved, but this design was never carried into effect, for he was summoned once again from his quiet life of study and devotion to the field of public controversy.
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  • A period of interruption now ensued, owing to domestic troubles and foreign complications, and when, in 1878, the government was able to devote attention once again to railway problems, it found the treasury empty.
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  • Andreossy now retired into private life, till the escape of his former master from Elba once again called him forth.
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  • He it was who made the peace of Brdmsebro between the Danes and the Swedes, and turned the latter once again against the empire; he it was who sent Lionne to make the peace of Castro, and combine the princes of North Italy against the Spaniards, and who made the peace of Ulm between France and Bavaria, thus detaching the emperor's best ally.
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  • The duke was at once again offered the post of commander-in-chief, which he accepted on the 17th of August.
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  • After the battle of Chaeroneia, in which the Boeotian heavy infantry once again distinguished itself, the land never rose again to prosperity.
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  • But once again misfortune was to attend the attempt.
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  • Henry defended his rights with vigour and once again Germany was ravaged by war, for although he was unpopular in Bavaria he was strongly supported by the Saxons, who, since the time of Henry IV., had always been ready to join in an attack on the, monarchy, and he had little difficulty in driving Albert the Bear from the land.
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  • The old spirit of independence flickered once again when Owen Glendower marched to Brecon in 1403.
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  • All this part of the Oxus, until the river once again emerges from the Bokhara hills into the open plains bordering Badakshan on the north, falls within the area of Russian surveys, with which a junction from India has been effected both on the Pamirs and in Turkestan.
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  • It was to Si-gan Fu that the emperor and dowager empress retreated on the capture of Peking by the allied armies in August 190o; and it was once again constituted the capital of the empire until the following spring when the court returned to Peking, after the conclusion of peace.
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  • Though Jesus did not personally perform the rite, it is plain once again that in this early period He closely linked His own mission with that of John the Baptist.
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  • Sickness and famine once again visited the colony, and the population was reduced by nearly one-half.
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  • In Christian tradition he even appears as the mystic Antichrist, who was destined to come once again to trouble the saints.
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  • Meanwhile the languages of Greece and Rome had been so thoroughly appropriated that a final race of scholars, headed by Politian, Pontano, Valla, handled once again in verse and prose both antique dialects, and thrilled the ears of Europe with new-made pagan melodies.
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  • For the failure of Assyria in Egypt in 668-664, and the revival of Egypt as a phil-Hellene state under the XXVIth Dynasty, admitted strong GraecoEgyptian influences in industry and art, and led about 560 B.C. to the political conquest of Cyprus by Amasis (Ahmosi) II.; once again Cypriote timber maintained a foreign sea-power in the Levant.
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  • Yet once again the term has been applied to characterize a whole group of religions, like the Indo-Germanic, which are ultimately founded on the unity of the divine nature in a plurality of divine persons.
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  • Subsequently the caliphate, which had temporarily recovered some of its authority, resumed its downward course, and the great families of Persia once again asserted themselves.
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  • In 491 he went to Aegina to punish the island for its submission to Darius, but the intrigues of his colleague once again rendered his mission abortive.
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  • - The anti-convict agitation had scarcely ceased when the colony was once again involved in war.
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  • Only once again - at the siege of Carthagena - did they appear great; but even then the expedition was not of their making, and they were mere auxiliaries of the French regular forces.
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  • This once again seems to be the last word in a long development.
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  • Thus once again Wurttemberg became a direct fief of the Empire.
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  • On the 25th of April he made his will, on the 27th he received the Little Council, and on the 28th the Genevan ministers, in his sick-room; on the 2nd of May he wrote his last letter - to his old comrade Farel, who hastened from Neuchatel to see him once again.
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  • The fall of Athens left Sparta once again supreme in the Greek world and demonstrated clearly.
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  • Another kind of warfare was about to absorb their whole attention; the barbarians were attacking the frontiers of the Empire on every side, and their advent once again modified Gallo-Roman civilization.
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  • The period at which the phoenix reappears is very variously stated, some authors giving as much as 1461 or even 7006 years, but 500 years is the period usually named; and Tacitus tells us that the bird was said to have appeared first under Sesostris (Senwosri), then under Amasis (Ahmosi) under Ptolemy III., and once again in A.D.
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  • When the weekend arrived we once again went through the turmoil of renting and car and leaving the Big Apple in weekend traffic.
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  • After good times and hard times and a number of renovations, it is once again a major New England travel hub, second only to Logan Airport where I'd just left my wife Even the iconic clock on the front of the building with its twelve foot face, styled after Big Ben, has been restored and running again.
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  • Jonny was once again a human, albeit one that deserved a beating for dragging a sister as sweet and innocent as Bianca into Talon's grip.
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  • They were pinned on Czerno, his power once again bending light and dark around him.
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  • If the Watchers were once again bringing their battle to earth, it meant the Original Beings imprisoned by the Schism were stirring up old divisions again.
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  • Heat scorched through her and she gasped, fully awake once again.
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  • He was luxuriating in the quiet of the day listening to Mozart and trying unsuccessfully to get Martha off his mind when once again the phone rang.
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  • She felt beat already but forced herself to once again leave the confines of the Sanctuary.
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  • She had once again donned the white dress, and the hem touched the tops of her bare feet.
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  • Sensing demons in the upcoming halls, he replaced his hood and stepped from the stairwell leading to the basement into the hall on the main floor.  Half a dozen demons paced the corridor, three dressed as scouts like he was.  Rhyn made his way through his half-brethren, once again getting an idea of how many were there.
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  • "I mean, if you're sleeping on the floor, you can sleep on my floor," Jonny added hastily, once again the teenager who'd been in love with her for months.
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  • He opened it, once again curious as to why it was written in a language he had never heard spoken in any of the kingdoms.
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  • Jessi began laughing, once again not at all certain what she agreed to – or why.
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  • In its October monthly report, the bank once again chided eurozone governments for not working hard enough to reduce public deficits.
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  • Thus, once again we encounter the sheer absurdity and nonsense advanced by pro-vivisectionists.
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  • It proves once again that learning low-level Apis in detail is still a good way to learn Windows programming.
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  • Either way Charles Dunstone, CEO and founder of the group, is once again going to upset quite to a few apple carts.
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  • In closing, I would like to once again express my heartfelt appreciation to President Sloan and all our friends from the media.
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  • This will expand the image so that it will once again have the correct aspect ratio.
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  • So once again Jane and Joan had to nurse their aged aunt.
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  • The line up once again is a strong one with ong beng hee leading adrian grant peter barker and joey barrington taking top billing.
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  • It is my plan to make more batiks once the site is once again ' abandoned ' .
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  • In 1905 Crowley's mountaineering pursuits once again beckoned.
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  • His former affection being still powerful over him, he obeyed the summons, in the hope of once again beholding Helen.
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  • Audio (Dolby digital mono) is fair to good, tho once again betraying the limitations of the source.
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  • The Department of Health's response is a timid bleat, proving once again the great influence of the Pharmas over Government.
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  • The summary: Once again Mike Myers captures the brilliance of all those classic spy movies to bring us the second Austin Powers movie.
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  • By this time we'd all had some whiz and were once again feeling buoyant.
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  • We all clamored for the radio once again and tried to find out what was happening.
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  • In South Asia, we were recently witness - once again - to nuclear dangers reminiscent of the Cuban missile crisis.
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  • Today, he turned back Stewart once again in the Open, this time by overcoming a five-stroke deficit.
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  • And once again -- after the violets faded -- I noticed the faint smell of puppy diarrhea.
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  • The message will once again ring out across the world: Britain does not appease dictators.
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  • At the time of the Marian restoration, Cranmer was once again involved in an academic disputation.
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  • The BBC has once again done a masterful job of adapting the novel to the format of radio drama.
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  • Rupert signaled to Mr.Matthews, to instruct his men to begin turning the huge frictional electrostatic generators once again.
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  • Yet centuries later Bristol was once again embroiled in that shameful trade.
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  • But Mr Powell, the secretary of state, was once again enlisted to smooth the feathers ruffled by his hawkish colleagues.
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  • Let's hope he can once again excel in the genre he basically created.
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  • Visitors will be among the first to hear about the fully restored facade, which once again reflects Adam's original design.
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  • This attempt floundered in bad weather and the following year the Harriers once again set out from Edale with renewed determination.
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  • Arrayed in their striking robes they have once again taken up the duties of their illustrious forbears.
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  • Psycho could also be a really good fullback once again.
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  • In the meantime, take glee in the fact that I'm once again without a laptop.
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  • Taking into account the quarter finals first leg results could prove handy once again for football single backers.
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  • Many believe that if Iraq once again allows inspections it may create a substantial diplomatic obstacle between Bush administration hawks and an Iraqi invasion.
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  • The capital is once again a seething hotbed of activity signaling the world to make way for the millenium.
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  • A late howler from Steve Wilson once again highlighted Lynn's problems between the posts as Folkestone claimed a stoppage time equalizer.
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  • A little humble pie would seem to be the order of the day in the Hemming household, once again.
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  • I hope you guys are fairing better than me and once again thanks for helping a slightly hysterical female!
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  • The big institutions that own the vast majority of the shares in Railtrack have been proven incompetent once again.
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  • The meteorite from Mars once again makes the age-old question inescapable: are we alone in the universe?
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  • White-eared Solitaires were once again in evidence and several swallow-tailed kites wheeled gracefully over the clearing.
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  • Having been messed around by the village hall once again we had to change in the car park which certainly livened the senses.
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  • The French maestro will once again take center stage in the main room as he drops an extended 4 Hour set on the night.
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  • Further up by March Farm, a bridge over the west coast mainline reveals the former road once again.
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  • Perhaps better, is it not time to take them back once again to the civil service where they can become purely managerial bodies?
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  • To end the show, once again showing tremendous versatility, the oldest group presented a Victorian melodrama - THE BLACK HEARTED VILLAIN.
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  • They are often in good condition and can be very well mended and becoming very silver once again.
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  • Friends of the Earth's pollution campaigner Matt Phillips said: Once again a European coast is under threat from a massive oil slick.
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  • Once the operator returns to the working area the system automatically becomes operable once again.
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  • Their advantage was further extended in heat eleven when Nicki Pedersen, taking his rider replacement outing, once again sped to victory.
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  • He once again outwitted people, telling them he was bringing development.
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  • But there's a danger that once again the reaction will be a knee-jerk pessimism.
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  • Yes, by once again pilfering Western media coverage.
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  • The lesson once again begins with a collating of students ' preconceptions about Africa.
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  • Williams team principal Frank Williams hailed the deal as a landmark step toward making his outfit competitive once again.
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  • Likely line up United will once again start as red-hot favorites, especially with the Addicks squad ravaged by injury.
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  • In 1291 Fountains had debts amounting to almost £ 7000 and the abbey was once again taken into royal receivership.
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  • No casting news at present, but expect David Collings to once again reprise the role of Silver.
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  • Police have been informed and once again they will take extra steps to identify and possibly prosecute the individuals responsible.
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  • Parts of ' ' Graffiti Bridge ' ' recall earlier Prince songs, but he has once again revamped his arranging style.
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  • If you have time, soak the feet once again and massage with a foot exfoliating scrub.
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  • Thus, the still shrink-wrapped copy is once again available.
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  • Smith does his usual shtick, looking once again the toned and triumphant movie star he is.
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  • The somewhat sickly smell of procrastination is in the air once again.
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  • Unfortunately, however, within ten days, soft yellow slough was once again accumulating in the previously granulating wound.
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  • The fault was finally traced to slipped timing and a beaming smile once again shone from beneath Douglas ' wrinkled brow.
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  • The Russian president has once again raised the specter of a ' European war, maybe even a world war.
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  • Near the end of His public ministry, Christ found it necessary to cleanse the temple once again.
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  • Asher tipis Camping with a twist Once again Greenbelt 2006 will see a tipi village from Asher Tipis.
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  • Open the cover, tho, and Moore once again delivers a tirade worthy of the genre.
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  • In 2002 he was once again on year-old machinery, riding an out-classed 500cc two-stroke against the new breed of 990cc four-strokes.
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  • The Pelican once again turns to one of his favorite themes - the sad state of American ufology.
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  • While top-end and mid-range are handled well, once again however the lower ends of the sound spectrum are left sadly unplumbed.
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  • We paused every few minutes to enjoy the views back to Norcia, until we finally emerged into the grassy uplands once again.
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  • However, with the same supporters in the gallery and an attitude that could not be defeated, the girls were once again victorious!
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  • Over this Land I ruled in peace for many years, until I grew old and longed to see my native city once again.
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  • In the modern age, money is once again represented by bits, but a different kind altogether: Money went from gold to paper and is now digital.
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  • We must question why the arrests have been accompanied by such drama which once again stirs up fear.
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  • The rapper 's lawyer once again stressed his client 's innocence, telling reporters: Kim is not a criminal.
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  • In 1733 the second heaviest bell was badly damaged resulting in it having to be recast once again.
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  • In an attempt to disgust and repulse these vile oppressors, I once again induced myself to vomit on their favorite chair.
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  • But the city is in uproar, for someone is once again printing seditious material and no one is quite what they seem.
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  • Sooner or later, syzygy 's share price will once again be pushed by the special dividend payment.
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  • Asher Tipis Camping with a twist Once again Greenbelt 2006 will see a tipi village from Asher Tipis.
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  • And welcome to the twilight shift of today 's conference - which has once again been given to me !
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  • In relation to the Prime Minister 's security for example, we had underlined once again our concerns.
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  • However, with the same supporters in the gallery and an attitude that could not be defeated, the girls were once again victorious !
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  • It will take patience and consistence, but eventually you and your toddler will enjoy a peaceful slumber once again.
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  • Whichever type of diaper parents choose to use, once again practice only comes with the 'real thing'.
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  • This will be done twice: once for the bar in the front of the crib and once again in the back.
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  • This once again increased demand for the system and left many new shoppers wondering, where can I purchase a Wii in black?
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  • Whenever the crystals come in contact with any form of dampness, moisture or humidity, they are reactivated once again releasing their pungent odors.
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  • Make sure to have a plan in place as to how you will once again commit to those accounts.
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  • During World War II, a sugar shortage in Great Brittan led to widespread use of stevia as a sweetener; however, once the war was over and sugar was once again plentiful, stevia use dropped off.
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  • Apply your concealer with your fingertips or a small, flat brush after your foundation so that you won't just wipe your cover-up away when you apply your foundation, once again revealing dark circles or spots on your skin.
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  • Although subsequent films saw a decline at the box office, by the time The Dark Knight film was released in 2008, moviegoers were once again flocking to the theaters to see their favorite dark hero fighting crime.
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  • Kodak DC25 - Around 1996, Kodak once again produced a digital camera that laid the groundwork for the digital cameras of today.
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  • Smashing Magazine: Once again Smashing Magazine rounded up the best of the best, leaving you free to create any shape you desire.
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  • Samsung TL500: Samsung has appeared on many "best of" lists over the years and the TL500 once again proves the brand is worthy.
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  • Once liquid has been absorbed, add another ladleful of stock, stirring constantly until the liquid has once again been absorbed.
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  • Some people also experience dissociation, which means they feel as though they are separate from their own body watching the trauma unfold once again.
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  • Inspiration from Amy's interview reminds us once again that the important thing is to be true to yourself, no matter what look you lean toward.
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  • But, by fainting in the middle of the ceremony, I'd once again met a fellow frog enthusiast.
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  • Men tend to lean more towards gift certificates or electronic gifts, which once again proves the difference between males and females!
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  • We had a baby boy, once again I could not have been happier.
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  • The pair were wed in Las Vegas, but once again the relationship didn't last.
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  • After a startling recovery the young rapper once again got to work and caught the attention of Eminem and Dr. Dre, signing with the hip-hop legends in 2000.
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  • Britney Spears and coattail riding hubby Kevin Federline will once again subject us to too many details regarding their relationship.
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  • The youngest NASCAR driver in history had a strong showing, once again making his family proud.
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  • Isn't it funny how the promise of a new season in the spotlight can all of a sudden cause a pair who vowed to "never speak again" to once again become BFFs?
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  • In the mid-1990s, Fawcett agreed to a pictorial in Playboy magazine, perhaps to once again boost her pin-up status.
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  • Dogg and his posse once again made headlines in early 2006, when they were arrested at Heathrow Airport.
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  • The couple issued a statement on January 11, 2007, after rumors began swirling that they were once again on the rocks.
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  • The dust settled, but things are heating up once again after Washington denied at the Golden Globes' press room that he ever made the comment.
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  • In 1999, he once again won the Tour de France.
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  • Angelina Jolie's family may be growing once again this summer.
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  • Two years later, in true Hollywood fashion, the company once again filed for bankrupty.
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  • Fans that fell in love with Scott Baio during his Joanie Loves Chachi and Charles in Charge days will be happy to see Baio returning to the small screen once again.
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  • Despite a recent attempt at reconciliation, the pair parted ways once again.
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  • Whoopi Goldberg is once again making the move to daytime television.
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  • Britney, who just got her driving privileges reinstated by her dad, may just get her license pulled once again seeing how this is her second accident in a month.
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  • The success and critical praise he garnered for the role was short-lived, as he was once again arrested twice for drug possession.
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  • Soon after his arrests in the late 1990's, Downey Jr. once again began repairing his career and personal life.
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  • Melissa Rycroft, who was recently and briefly engaged to The Bachelor star Jason Mesnick, has announced that she is once again engaged, this time to boyfriend Tye Strickland.
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  • Tequila really likes to joke about being pregnant (again, most sane people really can't figure that one out), back in May, she also claimed she was once again pregnant.
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  • Things were about to change once again for John Travolta.
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  • Douglas, his father Kirk and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones all penned letters to the judge in hopes of Cameron getting a reduced sentence and the ability for him to once again seek treatment for his addictions.
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  • These leaks led him to seek treatment for sex addiction and alcoholism.In 2008, Lowe once again found himself in the tabloids when he filed lawsuits against a nanny and other members of his personal staff.
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  • The cast of the Baywatch series and resulting movies included many Hollywood beauties and hunks, but once again Hasselhoff was the tallest amongst them.
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  • Depp successfully quit several years ago but he has once again taken up the habit, though he smokes much less now.
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  • Like many others who have quit, however, Sutherland was once again smoking soon after his release.
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  • In 1986, Heatherton was once again arrested for drug possession and felonious assault after attacking her former manager Jerry Fisher with a knife.
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  • When The Cosby Show ended its run in 1992, it wasn't long before Alexander was once again part of the cast of a comedy.
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  • A severe diet brought her down to where she was comfortable appearing on Oprah in a bikini, but once again she gained it all back - and then some.
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  • In 2002, Reubens once again found himself posing for a police camera when he turned himself in for involvement in a child pornography ring.
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  • The winners were once again chosen by the public.
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  • He switched to the Democratic Party for a short time only to turn once again to being a Republican, although he claimed he voted for both Republicans and Democrats.
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  • Kohl's may have just what your kids need when it's time to think school once again!
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  • After their next blood meal, they molt once again into the adult stage.
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  • The Labrador Retriever is once again the most popular purebred dog in the country, a spot it has held since 1991.
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  • This year's top ten dog breeds list once again includes four large breeds all known for their intelligence, versatility and ability to be a loving family companion: the Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd Dog, Golden Retriever and Boxer.
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  • In 2008 however, the product was once again marketed under a special program to manage the risks and restrict distribution.
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  • Give them a little boost of fertilizer in the spring and perhaps once again in the summer, but do not fertilize after that.
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  • In October of 2009, Carroll once again found himself at the mercy of United's baggage handlers.
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  • Secure the window frame to the wall studs and header using screws and check once again to make sure the window is plumb.
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  • These timeless designs have been recast to be enjoyed once again.
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  • Take it back to the other side, looping across the narrow end once again.
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  • Cardigan sweaters are popular once again.
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  • Men are once again wearing hats with just about everything.
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  • Suddenly, men young and old were once again reaching for the beloved fedora.
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  • While its popularity once again waned during the 1990s, the fedora was resurrected in the 2000s by a new generation who found great favor in its retro-inspired design.
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  • You'll notice that styles have once again taken a turn toward being fashionably feminine.
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  • Hopefully, with the support of parents, school will once again be viewed as a safe place of learning.
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  • Virtual bowling tournaments are being held at community senior centers and nursing homes as seniors can once again experience the joy of the game.
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  • With the introduction of the Nintendo Wii, many elderly bowlers are once again enjoying playing the game.
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  • There are several things to try at home to make your frames wearable once again.
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  • This look is once again bold with distinctive lean lines, large lenses and an overall "big" personality.
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  • Those who want to own a piece of pop culture may be able to once again with the special edition collection of Frogskins done in styles such as Grenade.
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  • Suddenly, sales of the pink lawn ornaments as well as fashion featuring the birds, started climbing once again.
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  • In the 1980s, the style became wildly popular once again as stars such as Michael Jackson, Tom Cruise and Sylvester Stallone all sported them on stage, television or film.
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  • In this game, players once again trek through the three original movies in a gaming environment that took full advantage of the graphical and sound capabilities of the latest gaming consoles.
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  • This simulation became more appealing to women, thanks once again to the more human interactions that this afforded.
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  • Afterwards he'll have you find missing UFO parts buried in the ground so he can take off once again.
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  • This time, the expansion picks up two years after the disastrous events of Doom III and put players back on Mars, once again in the role of another faceless marine who tries to defend Earth from invading legions of hellspawn.
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  • Up to four players can pick one of four heroes, explore various levels, battle enemies, find food to recover health, and once again try to cheat death.
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  • Cold War erupted once again because those that were to remain on Earth were a little irritated.
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  • And when everything looks lost, it's time for Master Chief to once again step in and save the universe--or in the sequel, save the world.
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  • Those who fall into the former camp will enjoy this game, while those entrenched in the latter one will once again shake their collective heads and wonder what the big deal is.
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  • The team from EA Sports has once again outdone themselves, producing not only one of the best-looking games in the series, but also one of the most robust and realistic depictions of the real game.
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  • The planet Zebes is once again the location, but due to the superior capabilities of the SNES the world is larger and much more diverse.
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  • Nothing set in stone yet, but if this holds true, Nintendo is once again last to the party (The PS3 is rumoured to launch in March).
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  • Little Mac is once again joined by his trainer Doc Louis.
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  • Since the front door is bolted up, Henry looks for other means to escape, finding only a man-sized hole that he inevitably climbs through, starting your journey into the once again haunted vision of the Silent Hill series.
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  • As if his troubles weren't bad enough, Mario learns that he has to locate and free Shine Sprites from the goo-covered baddies to restore order to Isle Delfino and rescue the Princess once again.
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  • The Man of Steel has once again invaded your living room with some superhero action and it could be one of the best Superman video games to date.
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  • Old warriors will meet some new challenges and try to claim victory once again.
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  • Venturing once again into the magical kingdom of Hyrule, it is time to explore some of the Zelda Wii cheats that are available at your disposal.
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  • The New York State Farm Winery Act of 1976 encouraged other grape growers in the region to add wine grapes to their vineyards once again.
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  • When sperm and egg unite, the newly created cell once again has two copies of each gene.
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  • At some point in the future, latent viruses become activated and once again cause sores or recurrent infections.
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  • There was some change in this approach in the 1990s, and doctors are once again learning how to manage this situation; however, it is still uncertain whether this knowledge will be used in their practice.
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  • Since these studies were published, U.S. primary care physicians have once again reminded parents of the importance of immunizing their children against mumps and other childhood diseases.
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  • In teenage years, when demands for iron increase for rapid growth and to compensate for menstruation in girls, parents will need to pay attention once again to providing adequate food sources.
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  • He performed with Gregory Hines once again in Jelly's Last Jam and Hines always spoke highly of the younger dancer.
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  • With his passing, his music sales have spiked and his dancing is once again making headlines.
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  • In the aftermath of Michael Jackson's sudden death in June of 2009, all things MJ were once again brought into the spotlight, from collectors' item tickets to his now defunct London concert tour to vintage t-shirts and LPs.
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  • So, if you execute a right two step, then you would step your right foot out to the front, close with your left, take another forward step with your right, and once again meet your feet together by pulling in your left.
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  • A couple of days later the country-singing sweetheart was once again photographed with her signature frizz-free ringlets.
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  • When fall arrives, parents know it is time once again to go hunting for homeschool supplies.
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  • The programs included many new incentives to raise the level of government spending, and in turn, encourage the people in America to once again become financially stable.
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  • The attorneys will once again attempt to make payment arrangements with you on behalf of the bank.
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  • Your presence in court will once again be requested at which time you will be ordered to move out of the home by a specified date.
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  • Lenders who take full ownership of homes then have the job of finding buyers so the lender's investment becomes profitable once again.
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  • Point the top of the triangle toward the table and pull apart the middle of the triangle so the paper is once again in the shape of a diamond.
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  • When my first son was nine months old, I discovered that I was once again pregnant.
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  • In April 2006, the stage was once again designated the spot for this historic event.
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  • Today, cut out monokinis are back with a vengeance, and although they seem to be selling out like hot cakes, it remains to be seen whether they become a staple of the industry or are once again relegated to fad swimwear.
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  • As her fame increased, so did the offers to show off her trim figure once again.
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  • Dillard's: At Dillard's you can find the Hurley Mascara Board Shorts for about $40.00, but once again the pair is pretty short (falling a little higher than mid-thigh).
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  • But by the 1980s, physical fitness was the craze again, and form fitting swimsuits were once again in style.
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  • Picture 6: Miley, posed once again with three friends, is smiling at the camera.
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  • The wait is over, and once again the latest issue of the world's most popular edition of any magazine ever is on the shelves.
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  • A one piece bathing suit can be a great solution that gives you the confidence to hit the water once again.
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  • Each year there are new trends in fall fashions along with classic staples once again being introduced for fall.
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  • Gather the remaining material and repeat the second step, making one complete term around the waist and tucking the material in once again.
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  • As the New Look of the 40s ended and women once again had more access to various materials, the 50s look was born.
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  • Around 1955, fashion gradually shifted once again.
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  • However, today's health conscious consumers are once again excited by this low-fat popping method.
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  • But, like all kinds of traditions and fads, the handy electric can opener that gets installed under the counter has once again made a comeback.
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  • As more and more larger-sized appliances find their way into the kitchen, counter space is once again becoming premium real estate.
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  • While under the counter can openers have once again become popular, don't be surprised to find that most models are economical and made by the three companies listed above.
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  • After an abundance of negative press and a November 2009 bankruptcy filing, EcoQuest once again changed its name, this time to Vollara.
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  • Thanks to CDBGs, communities that have been neglected are once again finding new life and attracting investors and residents to the area.
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  • Many jobs are created and retained in these communities that are once again thriving and growing.
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  • So it should come as no surprise that I am going to ask you to take some risks and trust your intuition once again when it comes to this current relationship.
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  • Today the company, now called the Royal Asscher, is once again known as a leading diamond company.
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  • Ever since Kris gave Kim her engagement ring, emerald cut diamond rings are once again in the spotlight.
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  • With so many options available, soft bread is within your reach once again.
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  • Although Balenciaga had a few less successful years, the talent of designer Nicholas Ghesquire, who came on as creative director in the 1990's, has made the company hugely successful once again.
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  • This same mermaid appliqué once again makes an appearance on the V-Bubble Blue Oilily Lunch Bag which is a highly luxurious and original take on the lunch box.
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  • With their funky retro look and availability in many colors, these little coin holders are back in style once again.
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  • Retro and vintage looks have taken clothing and accessories by storm and are once again in style.
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  • With some retooling, including renaming the search engine Ask.com, it seemed poised to make a mark once again in the world of search engines.
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  • With a clever ad campaign, Ask.com was able to build awareness once again about the site's capabilities.
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  • Candy hearts figure into the fun once again with this steady hand game.
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  • His love for her and his duties as an angel compete, and it seems the only way to reconcile the two is to become a Messenger, an angel who became human once again.
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  • Fargo (1996) – The Coen brothers once again made a film that was so different than anything else out there.
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  • This time he left the writing to his brother Jonathan Nolan, while he sat in director's chair once again.
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  • His confidence in this technique was so strong that he even wrote to President Johnson in 1965 and offered his research to the government for free, for the sake of humanity, and was refused once again.
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  • If the suicide is successful, the soul will be reincarnated into a lesser life that will lead to almost identical difficulties and hardship that must be faced once again.
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  • This summer's jelly shoes are made of rubber once again - still hot, but better for your feet and the planet than plastic.
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  • Daytime dramas are serialized and are meant to be watched day in and day out in order to see storylines build, crescendo and rebuild once again.
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  • This was not to be, though, as once again writers made good use of the actors who had previously stood in the background.
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  • Soap fans are once again asking, "Why did Rebecca Budig leave All My Children?"
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  • Whatever format producers choose to release All My Children in, fans will be thrilled to see old favorites once again.
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  • In Hana, you'll have the option of turning around and revisiting all those hairpin turns once again or taking the "back road," formally known as "Hana Belt Road."
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  • The company changed hands once again in 1903 when both of Brandt's sons died, this time passing to Louis Brandt's four grandsons.
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  • Invicta's new leaders turned once again to the firm's original focus of supplying superior watches at bargain prices.
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  • N.A.W.C. managed to turn things around for Movado and made the company profitable once again.
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  • Now that the consumer has been reminded of you, this letter needs to be more urgent and extend the offer once again.
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  • Fuel efficiency was once again placed on the back burner.
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  • Now auto manufacturers are once again turning to multi-model platforms.
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  • In later years, the Tundra would once again achieve an average reliability rating, but the spate of recalls may continue to affect consumer confidence for some time.
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  • The difference is that instead of performing the move on a floor, or even on the relative security of a toe shoe, the flyer is once again perched above the base, spine completely straight (to avoid falling over).
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  • To intensify the stretch, breathe in once again.
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  • Unfortunately, this was the dawning of the age of high technology and dumbbells were once again overshadowed by equipment with computerized readouts and other seemingly impressive features.
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  • Thanks to its value as an exercise tool, the hula hoop is once again a familiar item.
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  • As you gain strength, you can attempt the standard push up once again.
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  • The famous Spanx brand has proven once again to be a woman's best friend; this cami hides your tummy!
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  • Styles were once again functional and focused on support over appearance.
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  • Lingerie of the day once again focused on feminine proportions, and the breast-enhancing bra was born.
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  • After the war ended and Du Pont was able to once again manufacture women's nylons, the black market ceased to exist.
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  • It was her fifth studio album, Blackout (2007), that once again earned Spears rave reviews.
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  • In May 2004 Polly released her seventh album Uh Huh Her, and once again was received with high praise.
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  • This was a first for an all-female band and The Spice Girls were keen to continue their success, releasing another single, 'Say You'll Be There' in the autumn of the same year, hitting the top spot once again.
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  • These are expected and enjoyed by those waiting to have them once again.
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  • Decide on a time in the future when the capsule will be opened, and invite everyone to save the date so that you can once again gather to celebrate together.
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  • Boston Rob Mariano returned once again for his fourth shot at the Survivor title.
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  • Though it was much talked about - and had plenty of controversy surrounding it - CBS did NOT pick up Kid Nation for a second season, leaving Bonanza City, New Mexico a ghost town once again.
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  • Kate once again underwent fertility treatments and became pregnant with six babies.
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  • She was brought back once again as one of his suitors.
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  • Opting once again to seek out fertility treatment, Kate became pregnant once again.
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  • The End of the Road challenges vary a great deal, but the families once again must work together to stay in the game.
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  • To determine who won Hell's Kitchen, Ramsay once again makes the decision himself.
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  • Michelle has announced that she is once again pregnant, with another baby due in March 2010.
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  • Dog has his own official website, and once again you'll find a link to a contact form.
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  • After completing the 21 days of treatment for the second time, he relapsed once again.
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  • When the first All-Star edition was announced, fans knew that they would be seeing Boston Rob on Survivor once again.
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  • Rob and Amber, who were collectively dubbed "Romber" by fans, were invited back once again for the 11th season of The Amazing Race, which was the All-Star edition.
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  • Boston Rob returned to Survivor in 2010 for the 20th season, which was once again made up of an all-star cast.
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  • The show follows the actor as she attempts to lose weight once again.
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  • He took out key players like Boston Rob Mariano, and ended up in the final three once again.
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  • Real Housewives of Beverly Hills turned into an instant success, and Kim Richards has once again made her way into the spotlight.
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  • Into our time are injected two terminators, one sent once again to attempt to destroy John Connor, and one sent back by John Connor himself to protect his earlier self.
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  • In T2, he stalks naked into a biker bar, terrorizes the pool players, and emerges once again leather-clad, with the soundtrack playing George Thurgood's 'B-b-b-bad to the bone'.
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  • Runtime: 125 minutes Diving once again into the bat world, Joel Schumacher gives audiences a comical view of the Caped Crusader, slipping an additional hero into the mix as well as two new villains to face.
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  • In Life, the Universe and Everything, our heroes, having previously discovered that the answer to the question of Life, the Universe and Everything is the number 42, now must keep the universe from once again being destroyed.
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  • And in Mostly Harmless - "Mostly Harmless" is the total text of the Guide's entry on the planet Earth - Arthur has to once again save the Earth from destruction.
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  • Nearly two decades would pass before George Lucas once again revisited that galaxy far, far away, and even longer ago than the initial trilogy.
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  • The young Mothra larvae returned to Infant Island with the Shobijin people, and Japan was once again saved from the horrible fate that Godzilla had in store for it.
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  • The demand for professional recognition is once again a consideration, as nurses browse the pages of any nurse uniform catalog for the look, style, and level of comfort to allow them to perform their job.
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  • Taking place mainly on a space station, the uniforms of the Star Fleet were once again different.
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  • And at that point the page is once again becoming cluttered and filled with things that are not needed.
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  • However, once again the notoriously whimsical code generation of the FrontPage struck: the Flash movie would not play in Netscape.
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  • Relief and fear unleashed within her, and she was hauled once again to her feet.
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  • "I saw what he was hiding," Jonny started, features troubled once again.
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  • The three were once again rocking away on the front porch.
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  • Westlake was once again off photographing; the Dawkins, in independent pairs, Jeeping somewhere in the mountains, probably spying on one another.
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  • The road remained in the trees and it seemed like hours before he was once again in the open and able to see the valley before him.
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