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The little group would often gather round him of a night and beg him to tell again that story of good Miss Nell who died.
That name he will tell again, Sir John, to none but you.
But, when she told him that it was only a Fairy Tale she had one day made up for Maggy, and that there was nothing in it which she wouldn't be ashamed to tell again to anybody else, even if she could remember it, he left the subject where it was.
Braga have won eight of the last ten meetings between the sides and look a good bet at 5-4 to make their class tell again.
I have been invited through Christ to tell again what God has done, is doing and will do in the future for all those who have the faith of Abraham and so become God's children.
1 : to state or tell again <Please repeat the question.
The under-25 side, chosen from National League Division One downwards, will meet the Scots for the first time at this level and will be hoping to make home advantage tell again having beaten the French Amateur XV in Caerphilly last season.
And on the half-hour, he made his influence tell again, with a surging run through the middle, capped by a wonderful final ball to David Beckham, who wasted the opening with a poor cross which was cleared.
It is a story he will tell again Sunday as part of the Jewish community's observance of Yam Hashoah - Holocaust Memorial Day.
President Clinton went on television to tell again about the time he helped Arkansas cops bust his brother for cocaine, thus "saving his life.
The Frenchman has crossed twice already this season and his vast experience can tell again if the game is close.
After Wasps' win over Munster, coach Warren Gatland hit the nail on the head when he pointed to his players' superior fitness and strength as the key, and that could well tell again today as both teams are sure to have to give 100 per cent for the full 80 minutes.