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  • Life is too short to spend it with repetition of old dreams that never happened.

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  • The repetition of the process brought the same results.

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  • Constant repetition makes it easier to learn how to spell a word.

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  • The small town with its repetition of nice homes made it a good place to live.

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  • The unusual language and repetition made the story seem unreal.

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  • It is new information and not merely a repetition of what was presented in the first chapter.

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  • The verses at the end are not much more than a repetition of the verses that are found at the beginning.

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  • No one proofed the report before it was distributed, so nobody noticed the repetition of the two paragraphs.

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  • Repetition - Repetition works well in a love poem.

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  • When you're searching for ridiculous cat videos, be prepared for considerable repetition.

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  • In effect this rite was a repetition of baptism, the water of the font alone being omitted.

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  • Lacking his intensity of passion and his admirable faculty for seizing the most evanescent shades of difference in feeling, they degenerated into colourless and lifeless insipidities made insupportable by the frigid repetition of tropes and conceits which we are fain to pardon in the master.

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  • We have seen in Section 1 that the pulse repetition frequency (p.r.f.) is the number of pulses occurring in one second.

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  • Tillage operations on such land are easily interrupted by rain, and the period always much limited in which they can be prosecuted at all; the compactness and toughness of the soil renders each operation more arduous, and its repetition more necessary than in the case of dry land.

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  • Here they insisted in such cases on a repetition of the entire rite, baptism and confirmation together.

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  • The last one bore a repetition of the inscription, which is cut on the stone in large capital letters.

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  • The constant repetition of work caused through lack of facilities in the house make them almost beasts of burden.. .

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  • Thus we get successive multiplication; but it represents quite different operations according as it is due to repetition, in the sense of § 34, or to subdivision, and these operations will be exhibited by different diagrams. Of the two diagrams below, A exhibits the successive multiplication of £3 by 20, 12 and 4, and B the successive reduction of £3 to shillings, pence and farthings.

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  • At the diet of Augsburg in 1518 the emperor heard warnings of the Reformation in the shape of complaints against papal exactions, and a repetition of the complaints preferred at the diet of Mainz in 1517 about the administration of Germany.

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  • These results pose problems for theories of repetition priming based on reinstatement of prior processing demands.

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  • Further system development should lead to the generation of ultrashort pulses at high average power levels and 100 kHz repetition rates.

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  • The reiterated mention of the image of God is not a vain repetition.

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  • We are not persuaded by the argument that a separate section would result in " needless repetition " .

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  • Is even The Times beginning to tire of the endless repetition?

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  • If history teaches anything, it teaches this, and with monotonous repetition.

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  • The Chairman shall have power to take such steps as are deemed necessary to prevent tedious repetition.

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  • Repetition within a story may not indicate different sources but may be merely stylistic.

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  • The issue was whether the constant repetition of messages about marriage symbolism would lead the laity to internalize the values in question.

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  • You would think that the repetition of a single song would grow tiresome.

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  • Improved methods are being adopted for protecting vines against disease, and the importation of American vines has now ensured immunity against a repetition of former disasters.

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  • The scrub of West and South Australia in its ecological aspect resembles so completely the other sclerophyllous formations that a description of it must seem a repetition.

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  • The Monozoa are unsegmented; the Ligulidce have segmented gonads and gonopores without any trace of somatic metamerization except secondary excretory pores in addition to the usual terminal one; the remaining Cestodes are unisegmental only in their larval stage, and all of them show in their later stages repetition of the reproductive organs and of the musculature.

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  • Metrical form is distinguished from prose by the uniformity of corresponding lines in relation to the number of syllables and the similarity of final sound (rhyme or assonance), by the repetition of certain letters at regular intervals (in alliterative measure), or merely by the regular succession of ups and downs of intonation.

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  • The constant repetition of work caused through lack of facilities in the house make them almost beasts of burden...

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  • The authors propose that repetition priming of familiar face recognition occurs at two distinct loci.

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  • Their secret weapon is repetition, making the eventual break away from the pattern stronger.

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  • Avoid tautology which is the needless repetition of the same idea.

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  • A Giraffe and a Half was published in 1964, offering lots of repetition ideal for children ages four to eight.

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  • The song is appealing to kids who love counting and repetition.

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  • Learning Transcendental Meditation takes a lot of practice, repetition and dedication.

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  • When you first start your workout, lift low weights with high repetition (the number of times you lift).

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  • Once your body has built up some muscle strength, you can start to lift heavier weight with less repetition to increase your muscle mass, which is how you bulk up.

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  • As with anything in life, expertise comes through repetition and cake decorating is no exception.

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  • The only downside to fan sites is that they are all competing for the same audience, with mostly the same information, so there's a lot of repetition out there.

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  • A good amount of Green Day songs - like American Idiot - involve a lot of repetition, so if you are having trouble with a particular pattern, it might come up again in the song.

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  • When playing longer solos, repetition can help a player keep it together.

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  • I have plenty of "practice" now moving through these rough patches by repetition.

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  • There is also a lot of repetition with many of the tasks in the game.

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  • Injury occurs as a result of constant repetition of a particular movement.

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  • If you're using print media or web content to market the product, remember repetition is important.

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  • Use Rhymes or Repetition - Rhyming chants help a crowd remember more easily, and repetition is the easiest form of rhyming.

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  • Slow and steady wins the race - In weightlifting techniques, each repetition should be done slowly and deliberately without any bouncing at the bottom.

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  • In general, if you are using weight training for muscular endurance, then you will want to do high repetition, low to moderate heaviness exercises, with one to two exercises per body part.

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  • In the Army test event, if the push up is not properly performed, the repetition is not counted.

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  • Many soldiers push their chin up and back so that they can get their body even lower to make sure the repetition counts.

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  • The differentiations of structure that char acterize animals and plants are being shown to be orderly and definite in many respects; the relations of the various parts to one another and to the whole, the modes of repetition of parts, and the series of changes that occur in groups of repeated parts, appear to be to a certain extent inevitable, to depend on the nature of the living material itself and on the necessary conditions of its growth.

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  • In the first place, they lessen the number of separate facts to be explained; in the second, they limit the field within which explanation must be sought, since, for instance, if a particular mode of repetition of parts occur in mosses, in flowering-plants, in beetles and in elephants, the seeker of ultimate explanations may exclude from the field of his inquiry all the conditions individual to these different organic forms, and confine himself only to what is common to all of them; that is to say, practically only the living material and its environment.

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  • If matters are propitious to the development of these buds, then a tuft of twigs is formed and no burr; but if the incipient twigs are also destroyed at an early stage, new buds are again formed, and in larger numbers than before, and the continued repetition of these processes leads to a sort of conglomerate woody mass of fused bud-bases, not dead, but unable to grow Out, and thus each contributing a crowded portion of woody material as it slowly grows.

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  • This Fungus stimulates the main twig to shoot out more twigs than usual; the mycelium then enters each incipient twig and stimulates it to a repetition of the process, and so in the course of years large broom-like tufts result, often markedly different from the normal.

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  • The repetition of the same species in the arctic regions and in the high mountains of the North Temperate region is generally attributed to the exchange which took place during the glacial period.

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  • It is of importance for our understanding of the position of the Ratitae in the system, that the wing-skeleton of the ostrich and rhea is an exact repetition of that of typical flying birds; the bones are much more slender, and the muscles are considerably reduced in strength also to a lesser extent in numbers, but the total length of the wing of an ostrich or a rhea is actually and comparatively enormous.

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  • Nevertheless, it is clear that in Japan we have, as it were, a repetition, of some of our most familiar species - the redbreast and the hedgesparrow, for example - slightly modified in plumage or otherwise, so as to furnish instances of the most accurate representation, e.g.

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  • Hence, suppose genuine prayer to have come into being, it is exceedingly apt to degenerate into a mere piece of formalism; and yet, whereas its intrinsic meaning is dulled by repetition according to a well-known pyschological law, its virtue is thereby hardly lessened for the undeveloped religious consciousness, which holds the saving grace to lie mainly in the repetition itself.

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  • Its name is derived from the Hebrew shanah, corresponding to the Aramaic tend, and therefore a suitable name for a tannaitic work, meaning the repetition or teaching of the oral law.

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  • The Bezpopovtsi, known also as Pomoranye, because they are 1 The most important alterations were the repetition twice, instead of three times, of the " Alleluiah " at the Eucharist, and the making the sign of the cross with two fingers instead of three.

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  • Stolypin's little daughters; but the mass of the nation and of the army remained wholly unmoved, while the repetition of troubles was made more difficult by the establishment of field courts martial with summary powers.

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  • In the time of Cyprian, though not before, we begin to find the idea that the body and blood of Christ were not merely partaken of by the worshippers but also offered in sacrifice, and that the Eucharist was not so much a thank-offering for creation and redemption as a repetition or a showing forth anew of the self-sacrifice of Christ.

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  • He attended every spring the meetings of the militia at Southampton, and rose successively to the rank of major and lieutenant-colonel commandant; but was each year " more disgusted with the inn, the wine, the company, and the tiresome repetition of annual attendance and daily exercise."

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  • It consists of (a) the "Epitome," (b) the "Solid Repetition and Declaration," each part comprising twelve articles; and was accepted by Saxony, Wurttemberg, Baden among other states, but rejected by Hesse, Nassau and Holstein.

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  • Number is never indicated when the sense is obvious or can be gathered from the context; otherwise plurality is expressed by adjectives such as sagala, all, and banak, many more rarely by the repetition of the noun, and the indefinite singular by sa or satu, one, with a class-word.

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  • The same results were obtained with lead and tin; and a more elaborate repetition indubitably established their correctness.

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  • In a series of 75 reactions it was found that in 61 there was apparently a diminution in weight, but in 1908, after a most careful repetition and making allowance for all experimental errors, Landolt concluded that no change occurred (see Element).

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  • The fourth nitromethane was obtained from the nitromalonic acid previously mentioned by a repetition of the method by which the third was prepared; this was identical with the other three.

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  • After being proclaimed on the field of Kossovo, Bayezid's first care was to order the execution of his brother Yakub Chelebi, and so to preclude any repetition of Bayezkl 1389-4403.3., Sauji's plot.

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  • In June 1572 a fresh Ottoman fleet of 250 sail took the sea; and the jealousy of the allies and the incompetence of their commanders made any repetition of their former victory impossible.

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  • The operation of taking the polar results in a symbolic product, and the repetition of the process in regard to new cogredient sets of variables results in symbolic forms. It is therefore an invariant process.

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  • The posterior median process with its repetition of triangular segments closely resembles the same process in Limulus.

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  • Other features reminiscent of the original barbarous rites in the primitive caverns of the East, no doubt also occupied a place in the cult; bandaging of eyes, binding of hands with the intestines of a fowl, leaping over a ditch filled with water, witnessing a simulated murder, are mentioned by the Pseudo-Augustine; and the manipulation of lights in the crypt, the administration of oaths, and the repetition of the sacred formulae, all contributed toward inducing a state of ecstatic exaltation.

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  • It will be more appropriate here, without giving what would be a needless repetition of considerations, both historical and theoretical, which appear in other articles, to confine ourselves to two general questions, (I) the history of the various schemes of classification, or Morphography, and (2) the consideration of the main tendencies iii the study of zoology since Darwin.

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  • The doctrine of heredity in disease thus took a larger aspect; the view of morbid series was no longer bounded even by the life of the individual; and the propagation of taints, and of morbid varieties of man, from generation to generation proved to be no mere repetition of fixed features but, even more frequently, to be modes of development or of dissolution betraying themselves often in widely dissimilar forms, in series often extending over many lives, the terms of which at first sight had seemed wholly disparate.

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  • The third important contrast in structural features has also been acquired by the Cestoda Merozoa, namely, the repetition of certain organs in a metameric fashion.

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  • In addition, some show duplication of the gonads and of their ducts, so that we find both transverse and longitudinal repetition of these organs, without corresponding multiplication of the nervous ganglia mesenchyma, or excretory opening.

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  • The repetition of the genitalia is the real mark of the Cestodes, and we can trace the independence of the somatic from the gonidial metamerism in such forms as Triaenophorus and others.

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  • The origin of the repetition of the gonads has yet to be investigated.

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  • Noise occasioned by the frequent repetition of street cries is frequently the subject of local by-laws, which impose penalties for infringement.

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  • Repetition without any variation is abhorrent to every Japanese.

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  • Hence the repetition of two articles exactly like each other, and, generally, the division of any space into equal parts are instinctively avoided, as nature avoids the production of any two plants, or even any two leaves of the same tree, which in all points shall be exactly alike.

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  • Examining the tiger or the leopard, in all the beauty of their symmetrical adornment, we do not see in any one example an exact repetition of the same stripes or spots on each side of the mesial line.

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  • Among flowers the orchids, with all their fantastic extravagance and mimic imitations of birds and insects, are especially prolific in examples of symmetrical effects without any repetition of similar parts or divisions into even numbers.

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  • Thus he proceeds in all his decorative work, avoiding studiously the exact repetition of any lines and spaces, and all diametrical divisions, or, if these be forced upon him by the shape of the object, exercising the utmost ingenuity to disguise the fact, and train away the eye from observing the weak point, as nature does in like circumstances.

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  • The marshal accordingly determined to renew the attempt of the 26th, and orders - almost a repetition of those of the previous occasion - were issued.

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  • The earlier verses, 2-11, do not amount to much beyond a repetition of what is found in.

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  • They ceased to appeal to the Virgin and saints, and to venerate images and relics, procure indulgences and go on pilgrimages, they deprecated the monastic life, and no longer nourished faith by the daily repetition of miracles, but in the witch persecutions their demonology cost the lives of thousands of innocent women.

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  • The Gulf Coastal Plain.The westward extension of the Atlantic coastal plain around the Gulf of Mexico carries with it a repetition of certain features already described, and the addition of several new ones.

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  • The metameric repetition of the shellplates and of the ctenidia are probably special modifications, but it is difficult to explain the spicules of the dorsal integument except as a condition more primitive than the shell itself.

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  • These causes, scientific, industrial and philosophical, led to the domination of materialism in the middle of the 19th century in Germany, or rather to its revival; for in its main position, that matter and motion are everything and eternal, it was a repetition of the materialism of the i 8th century in France.

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  • Practically clocks are regulated by reference to the diurnal rotation of the earth relatively to the stars, which affords a measurement on the repetition principle agreeing with other methods, but more accurate than that given by any existing clock.

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  • In the true Chitonidae there are generally two apertures on each side, and in two species three or four, another instance of the tendency to metameric repetition in the group. The auricles are connected with one another posteriorly behind the ventricle.

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  • On this view then the Aplacophora are more primitive than the Polyplacophora in the relations of coelom, gonad and coelomoducts; and the genital ducts of the Chitons have arisen either by metameric repetition within the group, or by the gradual loss of an original connexion between the generative sac and the renal tube, as in Lamellibranchs and Gastropods, the generative sac acquiring a separate duct and opening to the exterior on each side.

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  • Such an intermittently applied stress is far more destructive to iron than a continuous one, and even if it is only half that of the limit of elasticity, its indefinite repetition eventually causes rupture.

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  • The tendency to recurrence in persons who have previously miscarried is well known, and should ever be borne in mind with the view of avoiding any cause likely to lead to a repetition of the accident.

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  • Variations in the structure and forms of leaves and leafstalks are produced by the increased development of cellular tissue, by the abortion or degeneration of parts, by the multiplication or repetition of parts and by adhesion.

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  • His works, we learn, were full of repetition, and critics speak of vulgarities of language and faults of style.

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  • After the battle of Ambabah, at which the forces of both Murd Bey and IbrhIm Bey were dispersed, the populace readily plundered the houses of the beys, and a deputation was sent from al-Azhar to Bonaparte to ascertain his intentions; these proved to be a repetition of the terms of his proclamation, and, though the combination of loyalty to the French with loyalty to the sultan was unintelligible, a good understanding was at first established between the invaders and the Egyptians.

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  • This is akin to the "repetition" which, read by the schoolboy last thing overnight, is on waking "known by heart."

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  • Figures of the Virgin and Child, of the apostles and evangelists, the fathers of the Church, the saints and martyrs, with illustrations of sacred history and the Apocalypse, were supplied in endless repetition to satisfy the cravings of a pious and simple-minded people.

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  • A similar kind of segregation may take place in the formation of the repeated parts of an organism, so that symmetrical repetition may be compared with normal heredity, and be due to the presence of similar factors in the divisions of the embryonic cells, whilst the differentiation of repeated parts may be due to the unequal distribution of such factors and be comparable with variation.

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  • The explanation could always be exact, for it was scarcely more than a repetition of the point to be explained.

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  • At the same time, he sent the famous bulls Salvator mundi, a sort of repetition of Clericis laicos, and Ausculta fili, which opened a new stage of the quarrel between the pope and king.

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  • The method of teaching is confined to that wearisome system of loud-voiced repetition which is so annoying a feature in Indian schools; and the Koran is, of course, the text-book in all forms of education.

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  • Instead of managing the land by the constant repetition of the same processes, by a customary immobility of tenure and service, by communalistic restrictions on private enterprise and will, local society began to try improvements, to escape from the bounds of champion farming.

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  • S is partially identical with P. In the first the fallacy is the indifferent contingency of the conclusion caused by the non-sequitur from a negative premise to an affirmative conclusion; while the second is either a mere repetition of the premises if the conclusion means " S is like P in being M," or, if it means " S is P," a non-sequitur on account of the undistributed middle.

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  • But to say from these premises, " God and metal are similar in what is signified by the middle term," is a mere repetition of the premises; to say, further, that " Gold may be a metal " is a non-sequitur, because, the middle being undistributed, the logical conclusion is the contingent "Gold may or may not be a metal," which leaves the question quite open, and therefore there is no syllogism.

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  • The limitations of this in turn cause a contradiction to emerge, and the process needs repetition.

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  • Whilst numerous observances are recommended as more or less meritorious, the ordinary form of worship is a very simple one, consisting as it does mainly of the constant repetition of names of Krishna, or Krishna and Radha, which of itself is considered sufficient to ensure future bliss.

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  • It was imposed by the Act of Settlement on the sovereign also, in order to make impossible any repetition of the policy of James II.

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  • It has been impossible to avoid an air of superficiality, and the repetition of facts known to every schoolboy, in this sketch New of so complicated a subject as the Renaissance, - embracing many nations, a great variety of topics and an indefinite period of time.

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  • In a simple interrogative sentence the introductory particle before the verb is a, and the positive answer consists in a repetition of the verb; a ddaw Dafydd ?

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  • With George Richard Crooks (1822-1897), his colleague at Dickinson College and in1880-1897professor of historical theology at Drew Seminary, McClintock edited several elementary textbooks in Latin and Greek (of which some were republished in Spanish), based on the pedagogical principle of "imitation and constant repetition."

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  • On the other hand, he is full of cumbrous repetition, he lacks precision in argument and is prone to digression, his quotations from Scripture are often inappropriate, and he is greatly influenced by Jewish exegesis.

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  • Strips of paper bearing a manifold repetition of the words "The Jewel in the Lotus, Amen," are wrapped round cylinders of all sizes - from hand-mills to windor water-mills.

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  • The psalms have already been dealt with, but it may be noted again how the multiplication of saints' festivals, with practically the same special psalms, tends in practice to constant repetition of about one-third of the Psalter, and correspondingly rare recital of the remaining two-thirds, whereas the Proprium de Tempore, could it be adhered to, would provide equal opportunities for every psalm.

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  • Immediately on the west of the Kaisargarh there towers the Shingarh Mountain, a geological repetition of the Kaisargarh ridge, black with pines towards the summit and crowned with crags of coral limestone.

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  • The straits of the Jhelum, below Baramulla, probably account for the lovely vale of Kashmir, which is in form (if not in principles of construction) a repetition on grand scale of the Maidan of the Afridi Tirah, where the drainage from the slopes of a great amphitheatre of hills is collected and then arrested by the gorge which marks the outlet to the Bara.

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  • The attitude of the archbishop roused great excitement in Paris, and the government had to take precautions to avoid a repetition of the riots which in the preceding February had led to the sacking of the church of St Germain l'Auxerrois and the archiepiscopal palace.

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  • This process is repetition, and the quantities 1 X 5d., 2 X 5d., 3 X 5d.,.

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  • Successive Multiplication.-In multiplication by repetition the unit is itself usually a multiple of some other unit, i.e.

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  • The operation is the converse or repetition; it is usually called partition, as representing division into a number of equal shares.

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  • Meanwhile the constant repetition of confession and reconciliation, together with the fact that the most tender consciences would be the most anxious for the assurance of forgiveness, led to the practice being considered a normal part of the Christian life.

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  • This treaty of Etaples was, in short, a repetition of Edwards treaty of Picquigny, equally profitable and less disgraceful, for Maximilian of Austria, whom Henry thus abandoned, had given more cause of offence than had Charles of Burgundy in 1475.

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  • He began by making use of the necessity of resisting Monmouth to increase his army, under the pretext of the danger of a repetition of the late rebellion; and ir, the regiments thus levied he appointed many Roman Catholic officers who had refused to comply with the Test Act., Rather than submit to the gentlest remonstrance, he prorogued parliament, and proceeded to obtain from the court of kings bench a judgment in favor of his right to dispense with all penalties due by law, in the same way that his grandfather had appealed to the judges in the matter of the post-nati.

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  • The number of sacraments is fixed at seven,4 first by Peter Lombard, and the essence of the three sacraments which do not allow of repetition - baptism, confirmation, orders - is defined as a " character " 5 imprinted on the soul and never capable of being lost.

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  • The effort is made here (I) to mention writers of great originality and distinction, (2) writers of special importance to some one Christian confession, (3) without needless repetition of what has already been said, (4) dogmatic treatises being preferred but not to the exclusion of everything else.

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  • A similar constitution of the body is more clearly seen in the Chaetopod worms. In the Vertebrata also a repetition of units of structure (myotomes, vertebrae, &c.) - which is essentially of the same nature as the repetition in Arthropods and Chaetopods, but in many respects subject to peculiar developments - is observed.

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  • Hosius had Jesuit sympathies and actively opposed the Protestant reformation, going so far as to desire a repetition of the St Bartholomew massacre in Poland, Apart from its being "the property of the Roman Church," he regarded the Bible as having no more worth than the fables of Aesop. Hosius was not distinguished as a theologian, though he drew up the Confessio fidei christiana catholica adopted by the synod of Piotrkow in 1557.

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  • He shows elaborately how the pleasures and pains of " imagination, ambition, self-interest, sympathy, theopathy, and the moral sense " are developed out of the elementary pleasures and pains of sensation; by the coalescence into really complex but apparently single ideas of the " miniatures " or faint feelings which the repetition of sensations contemporaneously or in immediate succession tends to produce in cohering groups.

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  • The computations required in such work are of extreme complexity, and the labour required is still further increased by the fact that cases are rather exceptional in which the results reached by one generation will not have to be revised and reconstructed by another; processes which may involve the repetition of the entire work.

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  • His career was arrested by paralysis late in 1791, and a repetition of the stroke terminated his life.

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  • From 1436 to 1439 there was a terrible repetition of what happened after the Peace of Brtigny; famine, pestilence, extortions and, later, the aristocratic revolt of the Praguerie, completed the ruin of the country.

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  • It will avoid repetition to note here that the Aragonese share of the reconquest was completed by James the Conqueror (1213I 276), the son of that king Peter who fought in the Navas de Tolosa.

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  • In the intensity of their struggle with the Reformation they subjected education to a censorship which, in order to exclude all risk of heresy, stifled thought and reduced knowledge to the repetition of safe formulas.

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  • They are indeed exceedingly beautiful; and yet the surrounding waste of hills is chiefly a barren repetition of sun-cracked crags and ridges with parched and withered valleys intersecting them, where a trickle of salt water leaves a white and leprous streak amongst the faded tamarisk or the yellow stalks of last season's grass.

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  • The exports are, in the main, a repetition of the imports.

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  • Some individuals, however, never become tolerant, and show poisonous effects on each repetition of the dose.

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  • His memory began to fail, and a large work at which he wrought night and day, on the connexion between physics and metaphysics, was found to be only a repetition of his already published doctrines.

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  • Religious training was confined to instruction in the forms of the Orthodox Church and the repetition of prayers by rote; dogmatic questions Nicholas neither understood nor cared about; and, in spite of his reverence for his brother Alexander, the latter's mysticism had not the faintest influence upon him.

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  • Life is too short to suffer the repetition of an old man's longings or regrets.

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  • Craig suggest that repetition of ' A ' finger in executing E major arpeggio is responsible for slowing the tempo of this section.

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  • They do not make the naïve assumption that the routine repetition of the ' employe of the month ' award will actually motivate people.

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  • It's another management buzzword that has become meaningless through brainless repetition.

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  • To avoid repetition, the subject in the second clause (and the co-ordinating conjunction) are therefore elided.

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  • Multiple levels of visual object constancy revealed by event-related fMRI of repetition priming.

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  • A world of temporal repetition is a world that can never escape the power of spatial contiguity.

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  • Finally there's repetition - a word, gesture or memory used as a leitmotif having the effect of making time cyclical.

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  • Taking genre fiction for a ride, Slow Death uses obscenity, black humor and repetition for the sake of ironic deconstruction.

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  • They get bored with repetition and what they see as raking over the dead embers of the past.

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  • But each low-pressure correct repetition will contribute to increasing their muscle endurance.

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  • It is not easy to stop materials that are essentially factual in nature from becoming a dry repetition of lecture notes.

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  • Your argument otherwise is to repeat falsehoods, seeming to imagine that through repetition they will come true.

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  • The ones who conquer fear through repetition, through sweat, through clenched teeth.

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  • The answer will be 30% repetition, 30% wild conjecture and 40% utter gibberish.

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  • This is an essential characteristics of many Japanese traditional handiwork and artiste, whose techniques are refined by means of repetition of simple things.

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  • It is the task of life, in Whitehead's terms, to aim beyond this repetition while remaining immanent to it.

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  • It utilizes repetition in the manner of an improvising jazz musician.

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  • Google may also penalize for having too much repetition, or by " Spamming " them.

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  • The surfaces were then rationalized in CATIA to achieve repetition without sacrificing form.

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  • To avoid repetition these have been extracted to a separate page.

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  • The sequence counter is also rolled back to prevent repetition of the error message for a block of similar statements.

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  • Criteria for judgment have been updated where necessary and shortened or consolidated to improve alignment between levels and eliminate repetition.

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  • In practice, you perform one last forced repetition with the help of a training partner.

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  • In Brabant - Antwerp, Louvain, Brussels, Malines(Mechlin)- and in the episcopal territory of Liege - Liege, Huy, Dinant - there was a feebler repetition of the Flemish conditions.

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  • And for this reason it is customary to appoint diviners or interpreters to be judges of the true inspiration."' From such passages as the above we infer that the gift of tongues and of their interpretation was not peculiar to the Christian Church, but was a repetition in it of a phase common in ancient religions.

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  • Possibly an adroit repetition in favor of Mangashh and against Menelek of the policy formerly followed in favor of Menelek against the negus John might have consolidated Italian influence in Abyssinia by preventing the ascendancy of any single chieftain.

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  • Prajapatiwho (probably for practical considerations, as better representing the sacrificer, the earthly ruler, or "lord of the creatures") here takes the place of the Purusha, the world-man or allembracing personality - is offered up anew in every sacrifice; and inasmuch as the' very dismemberment of the lord of creatures, which took place at that archtypal sacrifice, was in itself the creation of the universe, so every sacrifice is also a repetition of that first creative act.

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  • Repetition of one crop exhausts the ground; rotation will lighten the strain, only the exhausted soil must be copiously dressed with manure or ashes.

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  • The repetition of the same tactics by Bonaparte in Fructidor, 1797, served still more decidedly to tilt the balance in favour of the sword, with results which were to be seen at the coup d'etat of Brumaire 1799.

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  • The two main facades, those towards the sea and the piazzetta, consist of a repetition of the same design, that which was begun in the early years of the 14th century.

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  • Even if the increasing weakness of the Egyptian Empire did not invite a repetition of the incursion, it could have allowed the survivors to settle down, and about a century later one of the peoples formerly closely allied with the Purasati is found strongly entrenched at Dor, and together with the more northerly port of Byblos treats with scant respect the traditional suzerainty of Egypt.'

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  • His main idea was that the sacrament of the Lord's Supper was not the repetition of the sacrifice of Christ, but the faithful remembrance that that sacrifice had been made once for all; and his deeper idea of faith, which included in the act of faith a real union and communion of the faithful soul with Christ, really preserved what was also most valuable in the distinctively Lutheran doctrine.

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  • The production of tables for so enormous a population as that of the United States through the method of tallying by hand requires a great number of clerks and a long period of time, and when complete cannot be verified except by a repetition of the process.

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  • They reject the allowance for fatigue (that is, the effect of repetition) and design bridge members for the total dead and live load, plus a large allowance for impact varied according to some purely empirical rule.

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  • In both cases the repetition of the legend and the recitation of a string of mystical names serve, like some other tales, apocryphal and otherwise, as amulets, sufficient to protect from the devil.

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  • Time is expanded by a dramatic action which recoils back on itself eventually demonstrating the eternal repetition of certain moments.

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  • In SEO, repetition of keywords is vital because a search-engines reputation is based on the relevance of its results.

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  • The method relies upon high rates of repetition of these words within a book or story.

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  • A high quality ceremony takes time, and families deserve better than the mere repetition of a routine formula.

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  • Since then a body of soldiers has always been kept on guard to prevent a repetition of this mistake.

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  • Memory of rote skills is dependent on repetition and practice.

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  • This form of repetition is commonly used in tantrik ritual, as salutations given to the god who is the object of the ritual.

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  • However, I do not want to burden the Committee with a tedious repetition of the general points that arise under both amendments.

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  • Breakfast telly was all about routine, repetition with a rolling bank of viewers unable to give more than 15 minutes of their time.

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  • Margaret Wise Brown chooses language that is smooth with rhythmic repetition.

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  • Brown Bear, Brown Bear uses repetition to build expectations as the child learns to pay attention to each page.

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  • The holiday picture book merges photographic masterpieces with repetition and rhyme presented in simple language.

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  • Some fans may like Chaos Field's unique take on the shooter, while others will find themselves getting bored by the repetition of battling the exact same handful of foes over and over and over again.

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  • There is no easy level, so the only way you can get better at this game is by using the "Sparring Mode" or by repetition.

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  • This repetition really takes away from the game, and ultimately makes it not worth playing anymore.

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  • This implies that the actual rehearsal and repetition of primary reflex movements play a role in the inhibition process itself.

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  • Since recent studies have demonstrated that repetition of these reflexes seems to eventually inhibit them, parents can work with the infant by assisting with the repetition of persistent reflexes.

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  • The child's conversation, however, may contain more repetition.

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  • Strong evidence indicates that at-risk students need remedial intervention, not simply more time or the repetition of material that retention provides.

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  • Brain processing capabilities can be assessed by spontaneous speech, repetition, reading, naming, writing, and comprehension.

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  • Although crying is a child's primary means of communication at birth, language immediately begins to develop via repetition and imitation.

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  • If your DVD player allows you to slow motion scenes, you can pick up many of the moves by watching closely, practicing, and a lot of repetition.

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  • This repetition can be identical, or rotate you around the dance floor.

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  • Seeing your origami dragon in finished form is well worth the practice and repetition.

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  • All this learning requires a lot of repetition, trial and error, and positive guidance.

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  • Turning learning the alphabet into a game is far more effective than rote repetition.

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  • Repetition. There are often lines in movies that are said over and over.

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  • Repetition-A common symptom of autism includes repetition of words and phrases.

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  • Reading children's poems with repetition is a good approach because of the repetitive and brief nature of this type of writing.

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  • In many cases, teaching reading to autistic children may take a bit longer and require more repetition than it would with the average child.

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  • The AS individual may depend on repetition and sameness, following routines may appear to be ritualistic to non-autistic individuals.

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  • At this point, the hypnotist's suggestions will become more focused on your goals, with significant repetition.

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  • The following is the procedure for a Pilates repetition.

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  • If you find that the number of recommended repetitions feels easy, increase the number of reps or slow the exercise down, really concentrating on targeting your abdominals throughout each repetition.

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  • Songs, fun repetition, French number picture dictionaries, and games all make it more fun to grasp how to count with French numerals.

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  • Notice that this principle also leads to repetition of the target vocabulary.

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  • Repeating the process with the arcs AC and CB, and continuing the repetition indefinitely, we divide up the required area and the remainder of the triangle ATB into corresponding elements, each element of the former being double the corresponding elements of the latter.

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  • The shortest distance in which this repetition occurs is called the wave-length.

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  • Saxony had now to suffer from the Swedes a repetition of the devastations of Wallenstein.

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  • Baker then described the results of experiments on repetition of stress, and added that " hundreds of existing bridges which carry twenty trains a day with perfect safety would break down quickly under twenty trains an hour.

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  • The real nature of the action is not well understood, but the word fatigue may be used, if it is not considered to imply more than that the breaking stress under repetition of loading diminishes as the range of variation increases.

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  • Putting the values of F in (1) and solving for f max ., we get for the breaking stress of a bar subjected to repetition of varying stress, f max.

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  • It is best to begin with only one dose in the twenty-four hours, to be taken just before going to sleep, so that the patient is saved its unpleasant "repetition" from an unaccustomed stomach.

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  • Two Roman armies had been destroyed near the Lake of Geneva, and it seemed as if a repetition of the disaster of the Allia and the capture of Rome itself might not be impossible.

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  • The weakness of the Russian governor, General Gorchakov, in 1861 was a repetition of the feebleness of the Grand Duke Constantine in 1830.

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  • This last is in substance a repetition of the first in a more didactic form.

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  • It is said that Lord Peterborough supping one night with Rich in his private room, was so delighted with the steak the latter grilled him that he suggested a repetition of the meal the next week.

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  • In 1456, the recitation of a few prayers before a church crucifix earned a Pardon of 20,000 years for every such repetition.

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  • But the new materialism was not mere repetition.

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  • All clocks are constructed on the basis of this method of measurement; that is to say, on the plan of counting the repetitions of some operation, adopted solely on the ground of its being capable of continual repetition with a certain degree of accuracy, and possibly also of automatic compensation for changing conditions.

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  • In a later and less rigorous age this rite was abridged and adjusted to constant repetition, in such wise that a sinner could be restored to grace not once only, but as often as the clergy chose to accept his repentance and confession.

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  • Baille about 1870 a repetition of Cavendish's experiment for determining the mean density of the earth, his original work was mainly concerned with.

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  • A degenerate society cared nothing for syllogisms grown threadbare by repetition.

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  • This was condemned by certain archbishops and theologians as the repetition of the five condemned propositions of Jansen, and Gerberon defended it, under the name of "Abbe Valentin" in Le Miroir sans tache (Paris, 1680).

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  • The followers of this creed wear no distinctive sectarial mark or badge, except a skull-cap; nor do they worship any visible image of any deity, the repetition (japa) of the name of Rama being the only kind of adoration practised by them.

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  • There are many ways for teaching rhyming words in kindergarten, but they all involve a lot of patience, and repetition.

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  • Repetition and drill is minimized by introducing topics that reinforce each other.

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  • Language lessons include a review of poetry and the use of repetition, as well as a vocabulary lesson that includes words such as appendix and solemn.

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  • Any parent who has ever sleepily recited Green Eggs and Ham from memory for the ten-thousandth time knows that children usually do not mind reading repetition, but only when it is a book that particularly catches their interest.

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  • She also makes good use of repetition - the declaration "I'm single" comes both at the beginning and end of the short poem, and twice in the middle the word is used.

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  • Whatever may have been the immediate genesis of the myth - and it may well be sought in the heartless forest laws - its vitality was assured by the English love of archery and historical repetition.

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  • It just takes a few years of repetition to make a tradition.

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  • This repetition of the initial letter does not appear to have been due to his stammering but to have been a mere emphasis on the word.

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  • Latin was, above all, to be learned through use, with as little grammar as possible, but with the reading of easy Latin texts, and with no repetition, no composition.

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  • This intensive program works on one skill at a time and requires repetition coupled with positive reinforcement as a teaching method.

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  • Perform two or three sets of 10 to 15 full repetitions (twisting to the right and left is a single repetition).

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  • Because of the repetition of analogous physiographic and climatic conditions in regions widely separated both in time and in space, we discover that continental and local adaptive radiations result in the creation of analogous groups of radii among all the vertebrates and invertebrates.

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  • Other kinds of repetition are Shelley's Witch of Atlas, 6 i i seq., "Like one asleep in a green hermitage, I With gentle sleep about its eyelids playing" (sleep for smiles has come from the previous line); Revolt of Islam, 4749, "Where" for "When" appears to have come from "Where" in 4750 or 4751.

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  • Often the word thus extruded is irrecoverable; Ginevra, 125 sqq., "The matin winds from the expanded flowers I Scatter their hoarded incense and awaken I The earth, until the dewy sleep is shaken From every living heart which it possesses I Through seas and winds, cities and wildernesses"; the second "winds" is a repetition of the first, but what should stand in its place, - "lands" or "strands" or "waves" or something else - no one can say.

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  • In the ensuing account a constant repetition of the names of the main archipelagoes will be found; it may of course be assumed that each successive voyager added something to the knowledge of them, but on the other hand, as has been said, islands were often rediscovered and renamed in cases where later voyagers took no account of the work of their predecessors, or where the earlier voyagers were unable clearly to define the positions of their discoveries.

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  • The greatest generalization of this second period, however, was that partly prepared for by d'Orbigny, as will be more fully explained later in this article, and clearly expressed by Agassiz - namely, the law of repetition of ancestral stages of life in the course of the successive stages of individual development.

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  • The Cephalopoda can be derived without much difficulty from the schematic Mollusc, if we assume that some metameric repetition of organs has occurred, as explained above in reference to the coelom.

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  • Another lovable classic that uses pattern and repetition is Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. The illustrations make wonderful companions to this fun learning book that teaches children about animals and colors.

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  • Repetition of one crop in the field exhausts the ground; but rotation of the crops is good for the soil.

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