second time

See: de novo
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Thus to cause France to lose Milan the first time it was enough for the Duke Lodovico[*] to raise insurrections on the borders; but to cause him to lose it a second time it was necessary to bring the whole world against him, and that his armies should be defeated and driven out of Italy; which followed from the causes above mentioned.
On his saying that it was not his, Mercury disappeared beneath the water a second time, returned with a silver axe in his hand, and again asked the Workman if it were his.
Two of the keys entered the lock, and one of them turned round once, but not the second time.
The game continued a little longer, but Lop-Ear did not expose himself a second time.
For the second time, Miss Emily, you have arrived at a sound conclusion.
He has hardly had time to throw away that chance you gave him before this letter comes, and puts the ball at his foot for the second time.
But they knew now that there was a means of escape and so waited patiently until the path appeared for the second time.
My whole being still thrilled with the mingled awe and rapture of beholding the Vision of her that had come to me for the second time.
I cannot prevail upon myself to copy, for the second time, the horrible title-page which holds up to public ignominy my husband's name.
Wait a bit, wait a bit, I know there are nineteen," said Levin, counting a second time over the grouse and snipe, that looked so much less important now, bent and dry and bloodstained, with heads crooked aside, than they did when they were flying.
As for Moody's companion, to look at him for a second time was more than she had resolution to do.
A second time he came to the door and again he ran back.