say again


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You may laugh at it on paper but I say again - why not?
But I cannot completely make out his back parts; and hint what he will about his face, I say again he has no face.
He'd better not say again as it was me robbed him," cried Jem Rodney, hastily.
You'll say again that I'm a reactionist, or some other terrible word; but all the same it does annoy and anger me to see on all sides the impoverishing of the nobility to which I belong, and, in spite of the amalgamation of classes, I'm glad to belong.
Say again you will be my brother: when you uttered the words I was satisfied, happy; repeat them, if you can, repeat them sincerely.
I must say again that I heartily admire your gallantry and youthfulness.
And I say again,' remarked Mrs Nickleby (who, it is scarcely necessary to observe, had never said so before), 'I say again, that a milliner's and dressmaker's is the very last description of business, Kate, that you should have thought of attaching yourself to.
He is, I say again without disguise, a low mercenary wretch.
You and me'll just go back into the parlour, sonny, and get behind the door, and we'll give Bill a little surprise--bless his 'art, I say again.
Unlucky wretches, I say again, that our hard fate should not let us die in our own country and among our own people, where if there was no help for our misfortune, at any rate there would be some one to grieve for it and to close our eyes as we passed away
Wherefore, I say again, have we sought this country of a rugged soil and wintry sky?
But, sir, we must do something, and this plan can't do you any harm, for, I say again, you need not wait; and then, after all, I may succeed.