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- v. to begin again; to return to the beginning
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I smiled, made a little bow to the Chinese guys, who were gathering in the cards, knowing they'd have to start over again if it was to be five-handed now.
And a thousand flowers each to three people whom I have had the joy and the luck to know: my editor, Faith Sale, for her belief in this book; my agent, Sandra Dijkstra, for saving my life; and my teacher, Molly Giles, who told me to start over again and then patiently guided me to the end.
I would dissociate from the anger I felt until it overwhelmed me and caused an explosion; I would strike out, instead of merely saying, “I would like you to stop talking to me like that,” and simply start over again.
Later in the season Leander offered the ladies a six-lengths’ start over three-quarters of a mile, but the ladies said they would start level or not at all.”
Â Â Â To break off now might cause difficulties, and even if it didn't, there wasn't enough of the flying ointment to start over from the beginning.