start again

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I think it would be well to sleep here and to start again very early to-morrow.
There would be a horrible smash up, and probably a separation from Margaret; then they would all start again, more as they had been in his mother's time.
I suppose it was nearly eleven o'clock before we gathered courage to start again, no longer venturing into the road, but sneaking along hedgerows and through plantations, and watching keenly through the darkness, he on the right and I on the left, for the Martians, who seemed to be all about us.
Now and then one of the children would pause, as the recovered thread became inconveniently long, wind it on a bobbin, and start again with another short end.
I am half inclined, if just one thing in the world came my way, to sail for New York to-morrow and start again.
She did not start again at the sight of him; she said nothing, but moved towards him so that his arm could clasp her round.
In the mean time, if Heaven sends you a good wind, you need not wait, but can start again.
Every copper I've got went to pay the bearers here and to buy the kickshaws and rum for old What's-his-name, and I'm not anxious to start again as a pauper.
But against his taking this step, which he still felt to be a contemptible relinquishment of present work, a guilty turning aside from what was a real and might be a widening channel for worthy activity, to start again without any justified destination, there was this obstacle, that the purchaser, if procurable at all, might not be quickly forthcoming.
Then if, after all, as we reach the end, the foundation was false, well, we must watch them collapse and start again.
However, there was the hill full in sight, so there was nothing to be done but start again.
The neighbors eagerly collected to view them, bought them all, and carefully transported them to their garrets and dust holes, to lie there till their estates are settled, when they will start again.