repetitious


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characterized by repetition

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characterized by repetition

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Many autistic children will learn when given highly structured, consistent and repetitious instruction that requires them to participate actively in their instruction.
What was the difference between that sort of thing, he wanted to know, and the Catholic obsession with these repetitious prayers--these novenas, Saint Anthony sequences, cycles for Saint Jude--that promised intercessory saints who could be conjured with the proper word games?
Sadly, it was a performance memorable more for its shambolic nature than its music, with false starts, songs abandoned mid-verse and a tendency for repetitious, drawn-out numbers.
Gyllenhaal has reportedly complained about Fincher's grindingly repetitious shooting style, too, though he didn't sound upset about it when he explained to this reporter "(David) does a lot of takes and obsesses about certain things.
Unfortunately, the author tends toward repetitious descriptions, something very noticeable in this format.
Though in places belabored and repetitious, Becoming Old Stock is keenly thought and imaginatively researched, joining quantitative methods, written and oral sources, and the best secondary literature.
People who must modify their diets to accommodate one of these problems often report relying on food combinations that are bland, repetitious, and generally uninteresting.
Or maybe this contemplative sensibility is a byproduct of repetitious action.
Yet the repetitious "real-time" formats of structuralist cinema and the video medium would seem more relevant inspirations than the box sculpture with which we began.
Even though children with autism have a much lower tolerance for pain, certain repetitious activities such as rocking, arm flapping, or pacing result in an increased level of released endorphins, which can reduce the sensation of pain in the body.
Many common tasks used to create repetitious graphs and charts in Red Rock DeltaGraph can be automated now without needing to program using AppleScript.
He says that as far back as the 1960s, then-University of Kansas Professor Robert Sterling demonstrated that the terms embodied in the standard definition of that time--revenue, realization, earnings process and exchange transaction--were redundant synonyms and, therefore, circular, repetitious and ambiguous.
While a little repetitious, it does reveal how the dancers tend to think along similar lines.
PLAYWRIGHT Harold Pinter has been long-famed for his repetitious, sparse dialogue and even sparer situations which created a dramatic world of his own.
The work was deadeningly repetitious, wages were just above minimum wage, employee turnover was high, orders were up, the quota was increased, and Tony found himself working 60 hours a week.