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once again

1. One more time; again. He went over the plan once again, stressing the importance of getting the details exactly right.
2. A phrase used when something is being repeated. Once again, everyone, this paper is due Thursday, not Friday.
3. As has come to be expected. The company has once again proven that they know exactly what consumers want in a premium handheld device.
See also: again, once

once aˈgain/once ˈmore

one more time; another time: Once again the train was late.Let me hear it just once more.
See also: again, more, once
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Once again, fingers are pointed at out-of-date software, faulty hardware, careless employees or incompetent contractors as the cause of the breach.
A good result was on the cards for race three but once again his bad luck surfaced and he was out on lap one.
But now he has blown his chance again, and once again he has escaped serious punishment.
Once again old folk are lonely Once more children crying, Only time for fun and laughter No time for the dying.
For the moment, all eyes will be on the failure of the Democratic Party, once again, to overcome the money, shamelessness, and mastery of political mechanics of the Republicans.
I am deeply honored and moved to once again serve as the honorary chair of a truly noble cause on behalf of America's veterans.
And now they must dig into their hearts once again and move forward to the next great proving ground--the Olympic Games--only months away.
This comment, which specifically omits mention of the Kurdish territory, hints that the welfare of Iraq's Assyrian Christians will once again be placed in jeopardy," states the Times.
Once again both courses were conducted at the Egyptian Armaments Authority Headquarters m Cairo, Egypt.
They will, once again, need our natural resources in ever increasing amounts and, maybe, we can even add value to them here before they are exported.
But it wasn't long before queer flavor was once again permeating the mainstream--albeit in a far less decadent, occasionally more clownish manner than during the '70s.
Once again, beneath this moving sheet of fire, the living surface of the earth wakes and trembles, and once again begins its fearful travail.
With these announcements, StorageWorks once again leads the storage industry in removing barriers to time, space and cost.
Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen captures once again the joy and discovery of having a new child in the household.
Once again, therefore, you must preserve you claims to Israeli withdrawal from Palestinian Lands as required by Resolution 242 under any Interim Agreement.