from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of reiterating.
- n. Something reiterated or restated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of reiterating; that which is reiterated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reiterating; repetition.
- n. In printing, printing on the back of a sheet by reversing it, and making a second impression on the same form.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of repeating over and again (or an instance thereof)
We can notice that this kind of reiteration is redundant.
The point that needs reiteration is that we had every single thing that was needed in 1968-69 to create a solar system wide society and we pissed it away.
Markos 'point, pourmorecoffee's reiteration, is that the reason, the overwhelmingly important reason, that this strategy worked is because it is profoundly centrist.
This phenomenon, sometimes called the reiteration effect, is well-studied and well-documented.
While not binding, it's a reasonable reading of the MCA's lack of requirement of a CSRT determination on the one hand, and a word-for-word reiteration of the MCA's definition of UEC under 10 USC sec 948a1.
Now, there can hardly any instance be given where the introducing of one contrary fore or quality into the subject is termed a reiteration or repetition of the other.
Ans. That in the term “regeneration” two births are implied may be granted; that the same is intimated to be repeated is denied, and not proved at all; and therefore Mr Goodwin says well, that the introducing of a contrary form is not called the reiteration of another.
Wen's remarks to the National People's Congress were a near word-for-word reiteration of offers made by president and Communist Party leader Hu Jintao in a December 31 address.
Wen's remarks to the National People's Congress were a near word-for-word reiteration of offers made by president and Communist Party leader Hu Jintao in a Dec. 31 address.
This is what literary-types call the reiteration of the hero's tragic delusion of grandeur.