next, first, second, etc. time around/round

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(some) time (a)round

On the specified instance that something happens or occurs again. Thanks, Bill. Next time around, dinner is on me! He vowed to pass the driving test the second time round.
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(the) next, first, second, etc. time aˈround/ˈround

on the next, first, second, etc. occasion that the same thing happens: He repeated none of the errors he’d made first time round.This time around it was not so easy.
See also: around, round, time
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But the second time around, your focus on 'we' means you'll be far more likely to find win-win solutions to your conflicts.
People the second time around are more definite and sure of their requirements - most look down the road of a civil ceremony which means they can have the ceremony and the reception in one location.
Worse was to follow as he placed another ball on the fairway and produced exactly the same shot second time around.
It's the second time around for the Chicago Dancing Festival, three days of free performances and discussions in the Windy City, Aug.
The flowers may not last long and don't often do well second time around, but may come back if you leave them another year.
We just need to see whether we can do things a little bit better the second time around.
My mother was a bit shocked after seeing the first [film], but she was much more relaxed the second time around and actually enjoyed Eating Out 2 quite a bit.
The drirvers got plenty of experience of circulating at the Sentul circuit in the wet in yesterday morning's practice sessions, which saw Ireland's Ralph Firman top the timesheets in the first period and another former F1 man, Malaysia's Alex Yoong, coming out on top second time around.
Like the plaintiffs, he didn't change his legal reasoning the second time around.
The inference must be that someone in the Prime Minister's Office told his Liberal caucus how they were supposed to vote the second time around, and like good sheep they bleated when they were told to do so.
Amazingly the week before Christmas she got another call informing her she had struck it lucky the second time around.
My solution: I will remember this lack of courtesy the second time around.
Jeff Wall answers in the affirmative, but suggests that he doesn't necessarily like what he sees; we need not live our lives or make our art at the mercy of every "flicker of meaning emitted by Hollywood"; the Warhol trick, he tells us, doesn't work the same way the second time around.
Along with the newly launched 1 Series, dozens more Minis, X3 and X5 sport-utilities, Z4 sports cars, 6 Series coupes and convertibles, 5 Series and 7 Series models, and no Fewer than 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms--worth around $10 million at showroom prices--have also been subjected to a systematic, almost clinical, process of disassembly that ensures materials for use the second time around are obtained with maximum ease and efficiency, and at the minimum cost.
See "Getting it Right the Second Time Around," this issue.