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The act or an instance of recurring; reoccurrence, return, repetition, etc.
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  1. The act or an instance of recurring; reoccurrence, return, repetition, etc.
Something that takes place again.
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  1. Something that takes place again.
The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
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  1. The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
  2. An income tax return.
  3. A recurrence, as of a periodic occasion or event:
(US) A television program shown after its initial presentation "” particularly many weeks after its initial presentation; a repeat.
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  1. (US) A television program shown after its initial presentation "” particularly many weeks after its initial presentation; a repeat.
  2. Such a program, film, etc.
  3. A showing of a film after the first run
The act of reproducing or the condition or process of being reproduced.
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  1. The act of reproducing or the condition or process of being reproduced.
  2. Something reproduced, especially in the faithfulness of its resemblance to the form and elements of the original:
  3. Something made by reproducing; copy, close imitation, duplication, etc.
(--- Biology) The process by which genetic material, a single-celled organism, or a virus reproduces or makes a copy of itself.
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  1. (--- Biology) The process by which genetic material, a single-celled organism, or a virus reproduces or makes a copy of itself.
  2. Process by which an object, person, place or idea may be copied mimicked or reproduced.
  3. Copy; reproduction.
Subject matter for a journalist, novelist, etc.
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  1. Subject matter for a journalist, novelist, etc.
  2. Material, such as a manuscript, that is to be set in type.
  3. A thing made just like another; imitation of an original; full reproduction or transcription
Mechanical routine.
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  1. Mechanical routine.
  2. A medieval stringed instrument, variously supposed to have been a kind of lyre, lute, or harp
  3. A memorizing process using routine or repetition, often without full attention or comprehension:
A regular, more or less unvarying procedure, customary, prescribed, or habitual, as of business or daily life
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  1. A regular, more or less unvarying procedure, customary, prescribed, or habitual, as of business or daily life
  2. A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
  3. A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures:
The condition of being duplicated.
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  1. The condition of being duplicated.
  2. (Genetics) The occurrence of a repeated section of genetic material in a chromosome.
  3. A copy; replica
An instance of renewing, or something renewed
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  1. An instance of renewing, or something renewed
  2. The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
  3. (Fencing) An offensive action made immediately after a parried one
A summary or concise review.
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  1. A summary or concise review.
  2. The act or process of recapitulating.
  3. (Music) The section of a composition which restates themes presented earlier; esp., the final division of the sonata form
Something reiterated or restated.
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  1. Something reiterated or restated.
  2. The act of reiterating.
A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts.
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  1. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts.
The act or result of rehashing:
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  1. The act or result of rehashing:
  2. The act or result of rehashing
  3. Something reworked, or made up from old materials.
(Psychology) Uncontrollable repetition of a particular response, such as a word, phrase, or gesture, despite the absence or cessation of a stimulus, usually caused by brain injury or other organic disorder.
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  1. (Psychology) Uncontrollable repetition of a particular response, such as a word, phrase, or gesture, despite the absence or cessation of a stimulus, usually caused by brain injury or other organic disorder.
  2. (Psychology) The tendency to continue or repeat an act or activity after the cessation of the original stimulus.
  3. The tendency of an idea, impression, experience, etc. to persist or recur, or of an individual to continue a particular mental activity without the ability to shift easily to another at a change in stimulus
The use of redundant words
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  1. The use of redundant words
  2. (Electronics) Duplication or repetition of elements in electronic equipment to provide alternative functional channels in case of failure.
  3. (Chiefly British) The state or fact of being unemployed because work is no longer offered or considered necessary.
A form, adaption, or version of something:
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  1. A form, adaption, or version of something:
  2. One cycle of a set of instructions to be repeated:
  3. An iterating or being iterated; repetition
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  1. The act of reiterating.
  2. Something reiterated or restated.
A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts.
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  1. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts. A treatise by the American Law Institutes that attempts to describe general common law, incorporating its growth as the result of various legal decisions. Restatements have been issued in relation to agency, conflict of laws, contracts, foreign relations, judgments, restitution, security, torts, trusts, and unfair competition. Although frequently cited in cases and commentaries, restatements are not binding on the courts.
A repeated sound that is caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface. The sound is heard more than once because of the time difference between the initial production of the sound waves and their return from the reflecting surface.
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  1. A repeated sound that is caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface. The sound is heard more than once because of the time difference between the initial production of the sound waves and their return from the reflecting surface.
  2. (Electronics) A radar wave reflected from an object, appearing as a spot of light on a radarscope
  3. An organ stop for producing the effect of echo
Something derived or copied from an original, often in an inferior way:
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  1. Something derived or copied from an original, often in an inferior way:
  2. (Philos.) In Platonism, the process wherein sensible objects imperfectly embody unchanging, immaterial models or archetypes
  3. The result or product of imitating; artificial likeness; copy
The change in direction of a wave, such as a light or sound wave, away from a boundary the wave encounters. Reflected waves remain in their original medium rather than entering the medium they encounter. &diamf3; According to the law of reflection, the angle of reflection of a reflected wave is equal to its angle of incidence.
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  1. The change in direction of a wave, such as a light or sound wave, away from a boundary the wave encounters. Reflected waves remain in their original medium rather than entering the medium they encounter. &diamf3; According to the law of reflection, the angle of reflection of a reflected wave is equal to its angle of incidence.
  2. A manifestation or result:
  3. An indirect expression of censure or discredit:
(Linguistics) A form or feature that reflects or represents an earlier, often reconstructed, form or feature having undergone phonetic or other change.
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  1. (Linguistics) A form or feature that reflects or represents an earlier, often reconstructed, form or feature having undergone phonetic or other change.
  2. A reflected image, likeness, or reproduction
  3. An image produced by reflection.
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