Demonstrative pronouns refer to something that has already been mentioned and, as such, display redundance
Experiencing the code in acts is discursive in time, yet the redundance
builds to surprise, for we learn most when we anticipate least.
It may of course be arguable that the redundance
of such a title, particularly in this last example, has a thematic rationale.
have the inter-connection secured via the suitable interfaces in order to prevent the errors caused by data redundance
, human factor, but also to reduce the response time to a minimum.
The presumption of coherence that delimits what contextual information we take into account when designing or interpreting a turn and that disposes us to view a chunk of discourse as a turn in the first place has a "cost" that can be measured in terms of the relative redundance
or obviousness of our talk.
We have an absolute commitment to no compulsory redundances
Council officials say they will try to avoid compulsory redundances
and hope to meet the target by the end of January.
We will be straining every sinew to protect job numbers but there will inevitably be some redundances
The only way councils can pay for redundances
is through tax rises and huge service cuts.
The situation has got much worse and will get worse still as Coalition cuts lead to thousands of armed forces redundances
In the sequel, in order to avoid redundances
, we will always write slice regular, W-analytic and polynomial, instead of left slice regular, right W-analytic, right polynomial, respectively.