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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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proximal marginal folds induplicate; distal marginal folds reduplicate
Plumular-radicular axis angular; primary root straight and persistent; collar roots develop or do not develop; hyperphyll elongate; cotyledonary sheath apical opening; coleoptile present; cataphylls two; eophyll pinnate, apex acute; venation pinnate; reduplicate.
(1) Total reduplication: Dyirbal nominals reduplicate fully to mark plurality (Dixon 1972)
In Southern Ndebele the basic strategy for the formation of the identificative copulatives with nouns as complement is to omit the pre-prefix and to reduplicate the/CV/of the true prefix (if the noun root is monosyllabic) or to omit the pre-prefix and lower the tone on the true prefix (if the noun root is polysyllabic).
Tersical versical: Line One: reduplicate Double Dactylicus: Two: someones name.
(l) In contrast, active roots reduplicate to express an ongoing or habitual activity.
Also, the static pattern [YZ] is predicted to reduplicate as [XZ-XZ] where the internal /Y/ nonetheless surfaces as [X], thus culminating in identity between the base and the copy.
Many Indo-Europeanists will delight in Kobayashi's ingenious explanation of the bizarre reduplication to SP- roots (where P = plosive), which reduplicate with P-, not S- (e.g., [st.sup.h]a 'stand': 3 sg pfct ta-[st.sup.h]au), while SR- roots regularly reduplicate with S- (e.g., sna 'bathe': 3 pl pfct sa-sn-ur).
Second, any trisyllabic or quadrisyllabic forms that reduplicate also display syncope.
Four-inch bound feet were called "silver lotuses." The poem "A Slow Lament" by Li Qingzhao [phrase omitted] 1084-1155 CE), arguably the most accomplished female poet in Chinese history, reduplicates seven written characters in its opening lines.
This form bears the shape CV whose single C reduplicates resulting in V[C.sub.x]?[C.sub.x].
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.