reduplication


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repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the beginning of the next

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the syllable added in a reduplicated word form

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a word formed by or containing a repeated syllable or speech sound (usually at the beginning of the word)

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the act of repeating over and again (or an instance thereof)

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vac 'to speak', where the restored *v is part of the reduplication syllable.
In three lines the second nominal is used predicatively whereas Line 77 is a reduplication.
Identification of Reduplication in Bengali Corpus and their Semantic Analysis: A Rule Based Approach.
There is marked, diffuse thickening of the glomerular capillary walls with reduplication of the basal lamina (mesangial interposition), which can lead to narrowing of the capillary lumens (Figures 3 and 4).
More importantly, Effer (1884:196) considers the instances where there is no consonant reduplication after a short vowel as lengthened forms, either due to Hornorganic Cluster Lengthening (HCL) or Open Syllable Lengthening (OSL).
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the encounter with one's own double, an alter ego, or doppelganger), is defined as a reduplication not only of bodily appearance, but also of aspects of one's psychological self.
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Recent trends in technologies of communication (such as digitized sampling and networked exchange) have already begun to subvert the romantic bastions of "creativity" and "authorship," calling into question the propriety of copyright through strategies of plagiaristic appropriation, computerized reduplication, and programmatic collaboration.
60) The words generating this reduplication also produce repeated visual patterns inflected with varying detail across the typed letters.
Considered separately, the epithelial component could not be explained by a developmental cyst or reduplication as an associated smooth muscle component was not seen; and the stromal elements did not fit with any of the recognised gastrointestinal mesenchymal tumours.
4) Work developed a two-category classification system proposing that type 1 FBCAs comprise ectodermally lined cysts and are EAC reduplication phenomena, while type 2 FBCAs are ecto- and mesodermally derived and extend well beyond the periauricular region to the angle of the mandible, often involving the parapharyngeal space.
Reduplication is the grammatical doubling of roots for semantic effect.
Instead of indulging in revenge fantasies--a perverse kind of equity that produces only "intensified reduplication of the original set of problems and transgressions" (175)--the play repeatedly stresses redemption (of captives, of souls, of profits) and self-control (against the temptations of conversion and revenge).
precognitive dreams, reincarnation, retrocognition, presentiment, etheric reduplication TABLE 3 DIFFERENT PARAPSYCHOLOGICALIY RELEVANT DEJA EXPERIENCES WITH YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT deja pressenti already "sensed"-as in "knew" it would happen; presentiment (Neppe, 1981c), deja retrosenti already sensed the past (Neppe, 2006e) deja preconnaitre already precognized (Neppe, 2009) deja prevu already foreseen (Leroy, 1898) --not used deja reve already dreamt (Fouillee, 1885; Funkhouser, 1981; Neppe, 1981c) deja vecu already lived through, fully experienced/recollected in its entirety (Lalande, 1893) deja revecu already lived through (Peillaube, 1910, p.