I lighted upon a sentence on The Huffington Post:
The phrase that reached out and grabbed me this go-round was, “For it’s money they have and peace they lack.”
Merriam Webster defines it as "one of a series of recurring actions or events : round," so does the sentence mean the following? But it doesn't really make sense
The phrase that reached out and grabbed me this time was, “For it’s money they have and peace they lack.”
Edit to add a related question:
I found @Michael Rybkin's question pertaining to mine. In that question, since the book has gone through several revisions, it makes sense to have several times around, but that doesn't appear to be the case here. The article that contains the sentence I am having trouble with is not about something that requires multiple attempts or rounds. That is the reason it doesn't make sense.