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  • noun Plural form of reiteration.

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Examples

  • However, these points are kind of reiterations of the same points made by Treasury Secretary Rubin.

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  • This, and similar "reiterations" of ideas by the mind, frequently repeated by the infant, gradually communicate to it a consciousness of mental power, and enable him more and more easily to wield it.

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  • Â Some are just reiterations of Lord of the Rings, while others are worth reading over and over again.

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  • I find the term problematic only in that I think all fiction should be experimental: no fiction writer should rest satisfied that prose fiction has settled into its final and most appropriate form such that only reiterations of the form with fresh "content" is needed.

    Experimental Fiction

  • Some are just reiterations of Lord of the Rings, while others are worth reading over and over again.

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  • In the end I preferred Kyle Rayner over Hal Jordan and the other reiterations of Green Lantern.

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  • Once one "gets" that this character is based on Bloom, the endless reiterations of his girth, his affected speech and mannerisms, and his encyclopedic references to Jewish mysticism become almost unbearable.

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  • Once one "gets" that this character is based on Bloom, the endless reiterations of his girth, his affected speech and mannerisms, and his encyclopedic references to Jewish mysticism become almost unbearable.

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  • There have, since, been reiterations by Kenny Dalglish of the club's anti-racist stance and a firm reaction after a supporter was alleged to have racially abused the Oldham full-back Tom Adeyemi in the FA Cup tie on 6 January at Anfield, played in a fever of pro-Suárez sentiment.

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  • Once one "gets" that this character is based on Bloom, the endless reiterations of his girth, his affected speech and mannerisms, and his encyclopedic references to Jewish mysticism become almost unbearable.

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