One (St. Martha's) is passed on both sides by a reduplication of the track.
C4-6 are a reduplication, not unnatural indeed, but pro tanto tautological.
In the composition I have chosen for our illustration, this reduplication 139 is employed to a singular extent.
The difference lies, not in its reduplication, but in its distribution.
There is a large collection of reasons for this reduplication of monotonous sounds.
And this reduplication of the grievous mistake he had made on the field of Ligny was absolutely fatal.
The reduplication had, however, entirely disappeared in the oldest period of the language.
The triple panelling to the tower arch and the reduplication of the chancel arch is a little peculiar.
Derivation is effected by infixes, prefixes, affixes and reduplication.
The most characteristic examples of reduplication are such as repeat only part of the radical element.
reduplication re·du·pli·ca·tion (rĭ-dōō'plĭ-kā'shən, -dyōō'-)
A duplication or doubling, as of the sounds of the heart in certain diseased states.
The abnormal presence of two parts instead of a single part.
A fold or duplicature.