the duplicated utilization of the exact same term or word design as a rhetorical unit
- a conference that repeats
- the work of doing or performing again
- The act of repeating a doing or saying again iteration
- The act of repeating; a doing or saying once more; version.
- Recital from memory; rehearsal.
- The act of saying, performing, or playing, exactly the same piece or component another time; reiteration of a note.
- Reiteration, or saying exactly the same term, or perhaps the same sense in different words, for the intended purpose of making a much deeper effect from the market.
- The dimension of an angle by consecutive observations with a saying instrument.
In the civil law. A demand or action the restoration of money compensated under mistake, or items delivered by mistake or on an unperformed condition. Dig. 12, 6. See SOLUTIO INDEBITI. In Scotch law. The work of reading over a witness' deposition, to ensure that he might follow it or correct it at their choice. Exactly like recolement (q. v.) into the French legislation. 2 Benth. Jud. Ev. 239.
very early 15c., "act of saying once more," from Old French repetition and right from Latin repetitionem (nominative repetitio) "a repeating," noun of action from past participle stem of repetere "do or state once more" (see repeat (v.)). Of actions, attested from 1590s; especially in conditioning from 1958.
If a jump is repeated when you look at the voluntary routine, the degree of trouble for the certain move is scored once. (recreation: Trampolining)
(n.) The act of repeating; a doing or saying again; iteration.
- (letter.) Recital from memory; rehearsal.
- (n.) The act of saying, singing, or playing, similar piece or component an additional time; reiteration of a note.
- (n.) Reiteration, or repeating similar word, or even the exact same good sense in different words, for the true purpose of making a deeper impression regarding the market.
- (letter.) The measurement of an angle by successive observations with a repeating instrument.
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.