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Definition of the noun repetitiveness

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noun - plural: repetitivenesses

  1. verboseness resulting from excessive repetitions

Alternative definition of the noun repetitiveness

noun

  1. The state of being repetitive.

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Google previewHow To Play The Game Of Life And Win (2004)

Winning Solutions For Solving Everyday Problems. A Guide To Letting Go Of Our Fears And Misconceptions. by John Adam Kovin

Repetitiveness is the method of teaching that has been proven effective in formal education. Self-help is a magnificent thing, but pay close attention to the two words self and help. Most people never understand that if you reverse these two ...

Google previewTobacco Road (2010)

How to Choose Not to Use by Frances Robert Lato

Repetitiveness is a very good word for you to remember while learning to stop smoking. You know what the word means - to repeat something over and over and over again. Write it down, and repeat it. Throughout this book, there will be some ...

Google previewSymbols, Conflict, and Identity (1993)

Essays in Political Anthropology by Zdzislaw Mach

Repetitiveness is a feature of ritual which makes it particularly suitable for carrying tradition and, in fact, the predictable and repetitive structure of ritual conveys the meaning of continuity and permanence regardless of its symbolic content.

Google previewThe Alzheimer's Family: Helping Caregivers Cope (2011)

by Robert B. Santulli

Repetitiveness is a core feature of Alzheimer's disease, but when it intensifies, it might be helpful for a family member to say something reassuring, such as, “The Smiths are coming. They are our old friends and they only plan to stay a short ...

Google previewThe Ambiguity of Play (2009)

by Brian Sutton-Smith

Obviously, playful repetitiveness is the earlier form of the two, at least in behavior (as in animals), unless we are to grant dreams to animals, which we may have to do. Either way, perhaps it is better to say that play, both as repeated behaviors ...

Google previewDoubling, Distance and Identification in the Cinema (2015)

by Paul Coates

Its repetitiveness is that of 'etcetera', that intra-textual word that abandons the text, preventing its continuation, rendering anything subsequent to it meta-textual, the text of Kane's life giving way to commentary upon it by the newspeople ...

Google previewTheory and Practice (1980)

Essays presented to Gene Weltfish by Stanley Diamond

Repetitiveness is a motif all through Navajo life. It is evident ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors, Second Edition - 3 Volume Set (2006)

by Waldemar Karwowski

of tasks that imply potential biomechanical overload for the upper limbs is aimed at identifying and quantifying the following four main risk factors: repetitiveness (frequency), force, awkward postures and movements, lack of recovery periods.

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary of Practical Astronomy (2012)

by C. R. Kitchin

The greater the repetitiveness, the higher the value of the autocorrelation function . It is given by: | s(x)s(x-t)dx, where s(x) is the signal. It is a part of the data processing required to obtain the spectrum of a radio source. autocorrelator A device ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2001)

by Waldemar Karwowski

of tasks that imply potential biomechanical overload for the upper limbs is aimed at identifying and quantifying the following four main risk factors: repetitiveness (frequency), force, awkward postures and movements, lack of recovery periods.

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of American Women at War: From the Home Front to the Battlefields (2013)

by Lisa Tendrich Frank

The executive board believed the methods of the WSC were inefficient, bred repetitiveness, and undermined the USSC's role as a national ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1970)

Volume 4 - Calligraphy to Church Libraries by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour

being asked by the judge to tell what a stag film was, dictated into the record the usual stag film's focus upon genital activity, the lack of setting or of characterization, and the general repetitiveness of the action which at last becomes boring.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Novel (2014)

by Paul Schellinger

Clan Albin thusdescribes the dispersal oftheHighland clansandthe attempt to reassemblea newnational community in the wakeofthat diaspora, while Owenson's TheO'Briens suggests the repetitiveness and irredeemable suffering of the Irish ...

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Scrabble value of R1E1P3E1T1I1T1I1V4E1N1E1S1S1

The value of this 14-letter word is 19 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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