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reduplicated

(rĭ-dū′plĭ-kā″tĕd) [L. re, again, + duplicare, to double]
1. Doubled.
2. Bent backward on itself, as a fold.
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induplicate, distal marginal folds induplicate and margin reduplicate.
This character separates palms into two groups--palms with reduplicate (L-shaped) folding and palms with induplicate (V-shaped) folding.
In Dyirbal, for example, the nominal suffix -nangay 'without' can reduplicate, intensifying its semantic contribution (Dixon 1972: 242, cited in Inkelas and Zoll 2005: 27):
Second, any trisyllabic or quadrisyllabic forms that reduplicate also display syncope.
3) One could argue that Raphael here reduplicates and intensifies the interpretative difficulties inherent in Adam and Eve's mandate to abstain from eating the fruit of the tree.
Thomas further suggests that the implicit juxtaposition of constrictive casting practices against actors' boundless potential reduplicates the rhetorical strategies of studio marketers, who sought to lend prestige and coherence to often-scattered and inconsistent film careers.
He argues that Kierkegaard's famous slogan, "truth is subjectivity," means that a true life is one that reduplicates as closely as possible the ideal for human existence, through a transformation of the subject's cares, concerns, and emotions that brings them into line with what is really good.
The reader is thus forced to make a personal experience of deprivation, which reduplicates the poet's own experience of loss and stimulates a wider reflection on the consequences of human agency.
Attempting to resist the entrapment--to resist simulation, even--she changes shape, reduplicates herself.
Her controlling "thought" is like a bird, butterfly, or film that has become inseparable from her head so that she might not survive its forcible removal, When she tries to tear the thought away, she reduplicates it in her hand.
Repetition is the simplest form of the ontological guarantee of existence that doubling offers, a guarantee embodied in the body of Schwarzenegger as the repeated signifier which reduplicates itself as doubles, reflections, clones, repetitions and twins throughout his films, an insistent signifier.
Each mother's glance reduplicates my own: the baffled arc, the vulnerable bone.