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go-round

(gō′round′)
n.
An argument; a go-around.
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He and his roping partner, Samantha Jorgenson, of Black Hills State University, stretched their steer out in 6.9 seconds during the first go-round of the CNFR.
"We need to avoid what happened last time," New York state Insurance Superintendent Howard Mills said, adding that during the last go-round it was perceived that insurers and regulators waited until the 11th hour to push for an extension.
Hoping to capitalize on the momentum from voters' passage last year of 13 state constitutional bans on same-sex marriage, antigay factious across the nation are gearing up for another big go-round in 2005.