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  • adverb In a reiterative manner; by means of reiteration.


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  • Some of the detailed biochemistry isn't yet entirely worked out, about how the enzyme actually uses a small template reiteratively and, probably more importantly, exactly how it's regulated in elongating the telomere.

    Carol W. Greider - Interview 2009

  • The sheer viscerality of this fantastic scene is telling: passionate frenzy on the verge of possession, ceremonial (i.e., reiteratively significant) acts of self-amputationthis complex figure in effect re-members the bodies that the idealists have forgotten and dis-membered, for although, like seraphim, they claim to have sublated "flesh and blood," in Schelling's symptomatic reading they have flesh enough to harm themselves.

    Mourning Becomes Theory: Schelling and the Absent Body of Philosophy 2000

  • Slide 43: State Building Blocks reiteratively combine to create a national building block

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows 2009

  • Its obviousness was plain, yes, and my pointing it out was reiteratively redundant.

    Pharyngula 2009


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