repetition


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the act or process of repeating

imitative reproduction, as of the style of another

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Thorough unity, either in the whole or in the separate stories so loosely woven together, could not be expected; in continual reading the long succession of similar combat after combat and the constant repetition of stereotyped phrases become monotonous for a present-day reader; and it must be confessed that Malory has little of the modern literary craftsman's power of close-knit style or proportion and emphasis in details.
Literally and exactly what I heard," he answered--"except that the repetitions are not transferred here from my short-hand notes.
And with every repetition of the question, he battered the great image, until the perspiration streamed down his face with the violence of the exercise.
He's dreadfully imprudent,' muttered Brass, after he had listened to two or three repetitions of the chant.
The superintendent of Lowood (for such was this lady) having taken her seat before a pair of globes placed on one of the tables, summoned the first class round her, and commenced giving a lesson on geography; the lower classes were called by the teachers: repetitions in history, grammar, &c.
The Englishman looked his astonishment in spite of his most herculean efforts to appear courteous, and it required many repetitions of the strange story of the ape-man as told by himself, Jane Porter, and Lieutenant D'Arnot to convince Lord Tennington that they were not all quite mad.
I shall not copy the uncouth language, full of needless repetitions (and, if I know anything of the subject, not guiltless of bad grammar as well), in which my innocent husband was solemnly and falsely accused of poisoning his first wife.
Repetition is one of the important geometric properties that used to create flexible shape depending on simplicity [1].
Variation enhanced attention, thus accuracy and enjoyment--the wisdom of repetition.
High repetition reinforced femtosecond laser system for ultrafast spectroscopy of new materials.
8220;Spirit-OPA pumped with the Spirit laser is a powerful tool, delivering femtosecond, micro-Joule pulses at high repetition rates across a broad spectrum,” says Julien Klein, senior manager of product marketing for Spectra-Physics.
A Foreign Office spokesman, in a statement, said that as in the past, Pakistan's security forces exercised maximum restraint and communicated first to the Afghan side about repetition of the serious violation through military channels.
As in the past, Pakistan security forces exercised maximum restraint and communicated first to the Afghan side about repetition of this serious violation through military channels.
The participants were instructed to complete each repetition in approximately 1 second in the concentric phase, and in 2 seconds in the eccentric phase.
Kent (Old Testament and arts, Wesley Institute, Sydney, Australia) examines verbal repetition as a versatile narrative tactic, and uses literary theory and narrative film theory to analyze repetitions involving the Old Testament biblical passage.