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1 : an act or instance of doubling or reiterating. 2 a : an often grammatically functional repetition of a radical element or a part of it occurring usually at the ...

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Reduplication in language - Omniglot
1. Reduplication reflects uniqueness and innovation in language, thought and culture by Charles A. Kauffman.
The dual theory of reduplication - Linguistics at Berkeley - University
The dual theory of reduplication*. SHARON INKELAS. Abstract.
1 Reduplication is a very widespread construction in the world's
languages in Rubino's survey of reduplication for the World Atlas of Language ... Examples of partial and total reduplication are well known, surveyed and.
Two Patterns of Reduplication in Washo - University of Chicago
Two Patterns of Reduplication in Washo. *. ALAN C.
A Crosslinguistic Study of Reduplication - Second Language
Reduplication is a morphological process in which the root, stem of a word or a part of ... While linguistic forms of reduplication at the lexical level have long been .

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A promotional image from the new A&E show, "60 Days In," which focuses on the
"We didn't know if this would ever be re-duplicated again and we were able to take what we learned in season one and implement some things," Noel said. While cameras and crew couldn't be hidden from jail staff and inmates, the exact premise of the show ...
New generations of Australian families suffering deformities and early deaths
“Gregory — visual abnormalities; Graeme — reduplication of large bowel; Stephen — dental deformities,” one submission read. Another submission revealed that “all three daughters (of one veteran suffered) numerous cases — ovarian tumours, lymphoma, ...
Reduplication isn't just jibber-jabber
Even if you answered yes to all of the above, it's hard to deny the charm of reduplicative words, a silly-sounding bunch that can be found throughout English. No matter your age, there's something innately appealing about these rhymey words.
Intellectual poverty and ineptness of Iran's "reformists"
As usual, the Iranian reformists have claimed victory and the media have mostly re-duplicated their claim, and also as usual nothing will really change in Iran.
NetApp: The Transition Story Continues
That failure really was an exceptionally costly mistake that kept NetApp out of the data back-up/reduplication market for many years and probably cost the company significant add-on/drag-on sales as well.

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Reduplication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reduplication in linguistics is a morphological process in which the root or stem of a word (or part of it) or even the whole word is repeated exactly or with a slight  ...
WALS Online - Chapter Reduplication
Full reduplication is the repetition of an entire word, word stem (root with one or more affixes), or root. Examples are Nez Perce (Sahaptian; northwestern United ...
Reduplication | Definition of Reduplication by Merriam-Webster
1 : an act or instance of doubling or reiterating. 2 a : an often grammatically functional repetition of a radical element or a part of it occurring usually at the ...
Reduplication - meaning and origin. - The Phrase Finder
Reduplication. The coinage of new words and phrases into English has been greatly enhanced by the pleasure we get from playing with words. There are ...
reduplication - Wiktionary
reduplication (plural reduplications). (linguistics) The act of, or an instance of, reduplicating. Usage notes[edit].

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