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This was repeated again and again, the baby remaining in the stream about a minute at a time.
I have seen the boy again and again with his bundle.
They've been saying so a long while," said the count, "and they'll say so again and again, and that will be the end of it.
In the old days that hour before my mother's gas was lowered had so often been the happiest that my pen steals back to it again and again as I write: it was the time when my mother lay smiling in bed and we were gathered round her like children at play, our reticence scattered on the floor or tossed in sport from hand to hand, the author become so boisterous that in the pauses they were holding him in check by force.
Again and again they closed upon him, and again and again he hewed a clear space.
Again and again he experienced in retrospection the exquisite thrill that had run through every fiber of his being at the sight of her averted eyes and flushed face.
He crushed her in his arms again and again, and then asked:-
They sat resignedly in their lonely studios, surrounded by unsold pictures which have since been covered again and again with gold and bank-notes by eager buyers at auctions and show-rooms, whose money has gone into other than the painter's pockets who have never dreamed that the painter had the smallest moral right to a farthing of it.
Again and again she resolutely cleared her eyes, under the shelter of her veil, when passing strangers noticed her; and again and again the tears found their way back.