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Aah, so "yet" is supposed to be used with "again"!
Yes, but not exclusively:
I haven't decided yet.
This is yet another thread in which I talk rubbish.
You don't have to leave yet - your train departs in a few hours.
Fedora is a decent distro, yet there's something about it that I don't like.
In this case, asking that this thread is made a sticky, "you are yet again against making this useful thread a sticky", yet adds a bit of emphasis. If you were saying that phrase, you would stress yet, indicating frustration that what you asked for wasn't happening.
Anisha, If it's still not clear, I'd get a decent English-English dictionary (Oxford, Cambridge, Longman, MacMillan) and go through all yet's meanings. It is like with man pages - there's no better source of information than that