1 Higgins sits down again, savagely.
2 You won't see him again in a hurry.
3 Higgins yawns again, and resumes his song.
4 Then I shall not see you again, Professor.
5 So glad to see you again, Colonel Pickering.
6 I don't want never to see him again, I don't.
7 Eliza again looks at him, speechless, and does not stir.
8 Go again; and don't come back until you have found a cab.
9 Eliza: if you say again that you're a good girl, your father shall take you home.
10 Time and again she has wanted to leave you; and you always got round her at the last minute.
11 When Eliza referred again to her project of teaching phonetics, Higgins abated not a jot of his violent opposition to it.
12 Her decision will depend a good deal on whether she is really free to choose; and that, again, will depend on her age and income.
13 Well, when I've done with her, we can throw her back into the gutter; and then it will be her own business again; so that's all right.
14 Well, the truth is, I've taken a sort of fancy to you, Governor; and if you want the girl, I'm not so set on having her back home again but what I might be open to an arrangement.
15 He declared that she was congenitally incapable of forming a single letter worthy of the least of Milton's words; but she persisted; and again he suddenly threw himself into the task of teaching her with a combination of stormy intensity, concentrated patience, and occasional bursts of interesting disquisition on the beauty and nobility, the august mission and destiny, of human handwriting.