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1 Do I have to remind you yet again?
2 I'm sorry to bother you yet again.
3 Prices were cut yet again .
4 Yet again, we have failed to act decisively .
5 In 1997,(www.Sentencedict.com) the family moved house yet again.
6 The meeting has been cancelled yet again .
7 I'm afraid it's been delayed yet again.
8 Yet again we can see the results of hasty decision-making.
9 Yet again, he had caused trouble.
10 Yet again, you're late turning in your assignment.
11 I had to ask him for advice yet again.
12 Yet again, housing is the main sacrificial victim.
13 Yet again, it is an apology for failure.
14 In July Namaliu outmanoeuvred opposition leader Paias Wingti yet again in a vote of no confidence.
15 It shows yet again that good habits persist as do bad ones.
16 And, as that memory hurt yet again,[sentencedict.com] she all at once completely lost her appetite.
17 Yet again the business of running the hotel had come between them when they had something important to sort out.
18 But yet again, this was another area of their lives that was mismanaged.
19 He had managed to escape the clutches of the police yet again.
20 It is plain to see we will not have anything to eat yet again.
21 Surely the world cannot stand idly by and let this country go through the agony of war yet again?
22 The boss, in her infinite wisdom, has decided to reorganize the whole office yet again.
23 I had a sinking feeling inside as I realized I was going to fail yet again.
24 Some people found themselves stranded in the lifts as the power failed yet again.
25 Ministers are using delaying tactics to postpone the report yet again.
26 It had taken the last half-hour to muster the courage to mention the subject yet again.
27 To complete the footage for the Wildlife in One, we went back to the forest yet again, for six weeks.
28 When her assailant is released and rapes again, her only recourse is yet again violent revenge.
29 But seeing Damien made her lose concentration and before she knew what was happening she found herself boxed in yet again.
30 Inevitably, perhaps, Jasper Johns's renowned Target is here and undeniably yet again succeeds in making its mark.
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