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Word in Definition. Princeton's WordNet 1. Wiktionary 4. Webster Dictionary 0. Freebase 0. Chambers 20th Century Dictionary 0. How to pronounce again?

AGAIN | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Alex US English. Daniel British. Karen Australian. Veena Indian. How to say again in sign language? Donald Trump : I say it again. Nikolay Chernyavskiy : I would do it again. Mark Warner : Let me ask you again.

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Billy Murphy : This can happen again. The second myth — of making the desert bloom by turning coastal rivers to run inland — is as much in vogue today as it was years ago.


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The drought has prompted calls to revive the Bradfield scheme, a s plan to turn the Tully, Herbert and Burdekin rivers back across the Great Divide into central Queensland and connect to the Murray-Darling. Two centuries of development in Australia seem to have taught us little about the hazards of salinity, soil and water degradation, loss of habitat and species and the simple fact that the communities from which the water is taken will one day want it back.

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An awful political dilemma. It involves bringing water to places where it is normally only an episodic event, and can cause unforeseen problems. From a national perspective it is also unnecessary.

But instead of growing food, we have chosen to use these lands for urban sprawl, tourism and hobby farms. So we have squandered our most precious resource in an arid, infertile continent.