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reduplication

 [re-doo″plĭ-ka´shun]
1. a doubling back.
2. the recurrence of paroxysms of a double type.
3. a developmental anomaly resulting in doubling of an organ or part, with a connection between them at some point and the excess part usually a mirror image of the other.

re·du·pli·ca·tion

(rē'dū-pli-kā'shŭn),
1. A redoubling.
2. A duplication or doubling, as of the sounds of the heart in certain morbid states or the presence of two instead of a normally single part.
3. A fold or duplicature.
[L. reduplicatio, fr. re-, again, + duplico, to double, fr. duplex, two-fold]

reduplication

/re·du·pli·ca·tion/ (re″doo-plĭ-ka´shun)
1. a doubling back.
2. the recurrence of paroxysms of a double type.
3. duplication (3).

re·du·pli·ca·tion

(rē-dū'pli-kā'shŭn)
1. A redoubling.
2. A duplication or doubling, as of the sounds of the heart in certain morbid states or the presence of two instead of a normally single part.
3. A fold or duplicature.
[L. reduplicatio, fr. re-, again, + duplico, to double, fr. duplex, two-fold]

re·du·pli·ca·tion

(rē-dū'pli-kā'shŭn)
1. A duplication or doubling, as of the sounds of the heart in certain morbid states.
2. A fold or duplicature.
[L. reduplicatio, fr. re-, again, + duplico, to double, fr. duplex, two-fold]

reduplication

1. a doubling back.
2. the recurrence of paroxysms of a double type.
3. a developmental anomaly resulting in the doubling of an organ or part, with a connection between them at some point and the excess part usually a mirror image of the other.

heart sound reduplication
see gallop rhythm.
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Besides this, Fulk (1996: 499) claims that reduplication of consonants in MS Junius 1 was also applied to indicate syllabication.
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6) Note also the diverging initial consonant of the reduplication syllable.
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In such ways the theme of doubling and reduplication, present in key poems by Coleridge, the Romantic epipsyche, and novels such as Collins's The Woman in White, is replayed in Aylwin's uncanny and elaborate structure of mimicry, repetition, and transference.
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In my opinion every picture that really 'works' possesses in infinite reduplication this kind of relationship, this kind of movement.
The reduplication of the contents in the form is the artistry, and the point is especially to abstain from all expressions of the same thing in an inadequate form.
This category of names will remain popular in spite of the reduplication of many names.
Reduplication and gradation in rhetoric serve as means of steering the reader's attention, and the device correlates with parallelism and equivalence in theories of literariness from those of the Russian formalists on.