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- adv. In a redundant manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a refundant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a redundant manner; with superfluity or excess; superfluously; superabundantly.
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In fact, 802. 11n provides the flexibility to have multiple streams sending the same data redundantly, which is what Quantenna has opted to do with its consumer gear -- sacrificing raw speed for resilient performance.
NGA genes from the RAV family were described as redundantly regulating lateral organ growth
Perhaps the term you are looking for is "redundantly". by Gar Lipow at
For example, the quintessentially French luxury item, champagne, is only in gauche instances redundantly characterized as deluxe.
(In addition, in the bill of rights it redundantly lists some emergent freedoms that the feds cannot violate.)
"Brick City" now seems choppy and hastily assembled; like Newark itself, the show is beholden to several agendas without enough resources, and chooses to redundantly dwell on news conferences and campaign rhetoric as Booker attempts to hold his city together.
Either way, in the aggregate this is a stunning display of American chauvinism given the intimateÂframing of the war in such a redundantly heroic narrative, all eyes on our warriors as saviors on high.
Either way, in the aggregate this is a stunning display of American chauvinism given the intimateframing of the war in such a redundantly heroic narrative, all eyes on our warriors as saviors on high.
Concentrate your careerist energies on the edge of evolving scholarship, but celebrate loudly and redundantly the core values of the Western canon.
They were a conduit for money and instructed their media companies to help—redundantly, in fact, since the journalists had no desire to return to writing Pravda editorials.