Thereagain

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adv.1.In opposition; against one's course.
If that him list to stand thereagain.
- Chaucer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So Silverman is putting herself out thereagain. In 2008, she thought up "The Great Schlep," desiring "Jews to gets their butts down to Florida" to inspire their grandparents to get out and vote for Barack Obama (and not be a douchnozzles).
"I learnt my lesson then and I will nevergo thereagain.Youwin andlosein sport - that's what happens.
On more winding roads, theTino has a softish suspension and rolls a bit in corners but, thereagain, so do all compact MPVs.