Again played he quite . well さらに加えて彼の演技はりっぱだった（◆He played quite well again. は「再びりっぱな演技をした」の意）
0.5 miles (0.8 km) east of the Thruway, Route 32
again breaks from 9W and follows residential Corning Hill Road downhill to River Road, where it turns to the north again and crosses the Normans Kill into Albany, becoming South Pearl Street, and then paralleling I-787 for a short distance past the Port of Albany–Rensselaer before crossing underneath it.
New York State Route 32
After a 17-win season in 1924–25 where Vézina recorded a goals-
against average of 1.81 to again lead the league, the Canadiens reached the Stanley Cup Finals.
But he is once
again at the center of events, where he started.
By February 2007 his health was
again in decline.
Clay hoped Crittenden would
again support him, but Crittenden concluded that Clay was no longer a viable candidate and threw his support behind Kentuckian Zachary Taylor.
John J. Crittenden
Despite Beckham's move to unseat McCreary in the Senate, the two were once
again allies by 1911, when Beckham supported the aging McCreary for the party's gubernatorial nomination.
James B. McCreary
Diefenbaker continued to lead the Progressive Conservatives,
again as Leader of the Opposition.
During the June term of the court, Desha's lawyers used a number of preemptory challenges to
again prevent the court from empaneling a jury.
Eventually, the ban was lifted and New Jersey was allowed to use her big guns
USS New Jersey (BB-62)
again defeated New Zealand in a tournament final, this time 24 - 14.
Following a remarkable 24-22 Six Nations win
against France in Paris on 11 March 2012, the team is again ranked fourth in the world as of 12 March 2012.
England national rugby union team
Ford's successor, Julian Carroll,
again appointed Chandler to the University of Kentucky's board of trustees.
Hayward proposed to Hepburn after they had each divorced, but she did not wish to be married
He averaged a century every fourth innings in which he batted, second
again to Bradman, and did not suffer a poor series in his career before the war.
He began issuing royal writs for the south-west of England once
again and travelled to York where he held a major court in an attempt to impress upon the northern barons that royal authority was being reasserted.
Stephen, King of England
He lost his job in 1959 when the firm went out of business, and the Hammond family
again found themselves in financial trouble.
again struck by depression in 1948 when Sir Alfred Thompson Denning and Sir John Singleton were both appointed to the Court of Appeal ahead of him, despite having been appointed to the High Court after him.
Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett
Hindley hired a vehicle a week after Kilbride went missing, and
again on 21 December 1963, apparently to make sure the burial sites had not been disturbed.