Much of this iteration of the Man of Steel borrows from the comic books for relevance.
Cole noted that “the first iteration was surprisingly delicious, but skewed a little red hot cinnamon,” said Cole.
They began throwing up any iteration of a talent competition they could think of—who remembers Celebrity Duets?
During the Iranian iteration, one event allowed customers to congregate with a local dining in Iran.
In fact, it mirrors the first iteration of the Web, way back in the tech-bubble years.
Let us, at risk of some iteration, consider some of these combustible elements.
We all grow so weary with the iteration of even the best of truths!
On the third iteration of Page 67, "Amburg" changed to "Amberg" for consistency.
The iteration of his speech is like the dripping of water upon the heads of the condemned.
But the sonnets tell us with iteration and most peculiar emphasis that Shakespeare does not condemn the friend.
late 15c., from Latin iterationem (nominative iteratio) "repetition," noun of action from past participle stem of iterare "do again, repeat," from iterum "again," from PIE *i-tero-, from pronomial root *i- (see yon).