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And when he's seen it fall at last, he'll remember but the fun of the chase; and the bird may get to its tree-top again-if it can-if it can-if it can, my lord!
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Finally, she had not the courage to see M. de Camors again-if she ever could see him again-until some time had elapsed.
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And-I was sorry for you, Paul-I thought if you did, I would try to make things up to you, by starting over again-if you wanted to. HE.
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At dawn she was nowhere and yet-here she is again-if yon ship be the same.
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I say to you again-if that boy or girl of yours could stop their stammering, he or she would stop it this very instant.
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They would never stammer again-if they were endowed with the power to stop.
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Emily was sure to be free on Saturday afternoon; but only in one case would she go to the park again-if she desired to see him, and imagined a corresponding desire on his side.
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When you have thought about your case a while longer, we'll talk of it again-if you wish.
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If any person before a great heap of corn should keep perpetual watch with a long club, and, though the owner of it, and hungry, should not dare to take a single grain from it; and should rather feed upon bitter leaves: if while a thousand hogsheads of Chian, or old Falernian, is stored up within (nay, that is nothing-three hundred thousand), he drink nothing, but what is mere sharp vinegars again-if, wanting but one year of eighty, he should lie upon straw, who has bed-clothes rotting in his chest, the food of worms and moths; he would seem mad, belike, but to few persons: because the greatest part of mankind labors, under the same malady.
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And again-If you would have your business done, go; if not, send.
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Bentley: if you insult me again-if you say another word, I'll leave the house and not enter it until you leave it.
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Here, Toby," went on Bunker, "I'll just take that handkerchief now, thank you, and we'll see if you can do the trick again-if it _is_ a trick.
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I still think that was the richest moment of my life, and I look back at it as the moment, in a life not unblessed by chance, which I would most like to live over again-if I must live any.
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But, dear, you can never tell me so again-if we live-if I live to look into your eyes again-never, never.
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If you are ready to leave father and mother, and brother and sister, and wife and child and friends, and never see them again,-if you have paid your debts, and made your will, and settled all your affairs, and are a free man, then you are ready for a walk.
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If you are ready to leave father and mother, and brother and sister, and wife and child and friends, and never see them again-if you have paid your debts, and made your will, and settled all your affairs, and are a free man-then you are ready for a walk.
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What if she never came back again?-if she had left the place quietly, of set purpose?-if these windows were closed for good and all?
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Never, never again!-if only this once she would forgive him; if only she would smile at him, and let the light come back to her eyes.
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And ever since then, he has behaved so nobly, so honorably, so delicately, that I don't believe he would ever have said anything again-if I hadn't fairly forced him.
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But again-if a philosopher of more reasonable mood had said to him-as he very likely would say-'This is a grand conception of God: but what proof have you of it?
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Examples of Again-if

Example #1
That is what his father was, the last Earl, and that is what he is who left my door but now.
Example #2
A poor sparrow on a tree-top, if you tell him he must not have it, he will hunt it down the world till it is his, as though it was a bird of paradise.
Example #3
It was not without anxiety that she awaited the reply of the Count to the request she had addressed him.
Example #4
She desired also to meditate in solitude, in order to decide what course to take under such unexampled circumstances.
Example #5
So that was it. . . .
Example #6
Then I'll tell you the truth! HE.