"I told him high altitudes and high livin' would do any man—" Again he was silent.
When the soul was again led into the body, it related all that had happened to it.
Again he recurred to his early years, and talked fondly of his wife and children.
You see, Uncle Paul, you are growing old and forgetful, and might lock me in again.
He shuddered as he thought how near he had been to never meeting them again on earth.
The poor devil had consumption, too, and probably he'll never see them again.
And I never dreamed of seeing her any place but New York again.
My hope is weak that I shall ever again see you, yet it is possible.
I never overdone it like that again, fur you see I'd learned something.
Again it may be the first part of a verb like "be-come" or "be-have."