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  • n. Plural form of repeat.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of repeat.


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  • The company said in a website notice that the label repeats the word "not" in the sentence "do not not divide, crush, chew, or dissolve the tablet."

    J&J CEO's Performance Bonus Cut 45%

  • Then: a resolution, the first of many sung “Domine” that wrestles with the flex of moving song, which wants to gather in the word right away and take it home but cannot; the word repeats and rises and wanders beautifully out into terraced voices, with vistas that stretch as far as the mind can go, pushing back the night, opening the earth, and then the lit dark comes, its stars thrown over you the moment the sun goes, and the soil sings.

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  • While Palin repeats GOP talking points, Virginians probably were more interested in complete sentences.

    Christie, McDonnell explain Palin's absence from campaign trail

  • (Soundbite of laughter) Mr. KING: And we realized and CBS realized how that was a problem last year where theyd throw in repeats, because there is a serialized nature to the show.

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  • In one section, titled "Obama's Stupidity is Reflected by the Most Naive Cabinet Ever," Baldwin repeats a claim that "only 8%" of Obama cabinet members "hail from the private sector."

    Terry Krepel: A Laughable, Error-Ridden 'Case for Impeachment'

  • With three shows in repeats (Chuck, Ghost Whisperer, Medium) and one show having completed its season (Human Target), there were no major changes in the ratings last week.

    Ratings Results for the Week of April 18th – No Major Changes Last Week

  • Most winners were repeats from the prior weekend's Golden Globe Awards, with both Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock again honored for their lead performances in "Crazy Heart" and "The Blind Side," respectively.

    The CG Actors Of ‘Avatar’ Are No Match For ‘Inglourious Basterds’ And Sandra Bullock At Saturday’s 2010 SAG Awards » MTV Movies Blog

  • Obviously you can guess which way that choice is going to break, but with Fox's House in repeats and CBS 'Big Bang Theory on a brief vacation, this would be a good week to give Chuck a chance.

    Critic's Corner Monday

  • (Consider yourself warned: This episode may be pre-empted due to the conclusion of Monday's rained-out World Series game.) •With Fringe (Fox, 9 ET/PT) in repeats, fans may want to check out the time slot's other freshman mystery, The Mentalist (CBS, 9 ET/PT).

    Critic's Corner Tuesday

  • When Senator Feinstein repeats what Clinton supporters say, that she has been treated unfairly, they seem to just be repeating what Senator Clinton herself has claimed, but I haven't really seen any evidence of it.

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