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the act or process of repeating

imitative reproduction, as of the style of another

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Adjust the number of repetitions to what you feel you can safely perform.
There are instances when these elements also exhibit repetition, in which case, all you to capture the repeated elements.
The correlation between the effect of DAF on word repetition and flow of syllables per minute was performed by means of Spearman Coefficient for variables with non-normal distributions, in order to measure the degree of association between two quantitative variables of interest.
The study cites repetition as a major problem among Form Two students (57.7 per cent).
Abdullahi, "Number of repetition versus hours of shaping practice during constraint-induced movement therapy in acute stroke: a randomised controlled trial protocol," European Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.
Activity Repetition Training group showed significant improvement (p<0.05) and is effective in enhancing the functional status as compare to task oriented training group.
Despite this body of evidence, recent evidence suggests that completing additional repetitions of task training may not be effective at all time points after stroke and for all functional tasks [13].
However, not all scholars have focused on repetition in Williams's plays as a linguistic and stylistic device.
For both exercises, total repetition number was related to rest period length.
All sets were carried out to the point of momentary concentric muscular failure; i.e., the inability to perform another concentric repetition while maintaining proper form.
Symmetry, balance, repetition, and shape transformation researchers pointed that these principles are the most useful generating tools which designers can adopt on to create space, that contained enough flexibility value to achieve user's physical and psychological requirements.
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis, professor and director of the Music Cognition Lab at the University of Akansas, has conducted extensive research on the topic, and has discovered that the 'mirroring effect' is a major factor in our love for repetition. When you catch a new song on the radio, listen to it while shopping, hear it again in a restaurant ...
He said: "We went through a couple of routines - repetition, repetition, repetition.