Repeated

Some articles on repeated:

Carryover Effect - Repeated Measures ANOVA
... Repeated measures analysis of variance (rANOVA) is one of the most commonly used statistical approaches to repeated measures designs ... With such designs, the repeated-measure factor (the qualitative independent variable) is referred to as the within-subjects factor, while the dependent quantitative variable on which each participant is measured is ...
Lucinda Childs - Style
... patterns the human body can create across a stage by basic repeated movements such as skipping or turning ... piece based on one simple combination that would be repeated numerous time but in a different way ... apart and reorders the combination or simply reverses it the same movements would not be repeated as they were initially introduced ...
Polyptoton
... which words derived from the same root are repeated (e.g ... A related stylistic device is antanaclasis, in which the same word is repeated, but each time with a different sense ... In inflected languages polyptoton is the same word being repeated but appearing each time in a different case ...
List Of Rescue 911 Episodes - Season 6 - Episode 6.17 (January 24, 1995)
... fighting a brush fire "911 Out on a Limb" October 16, 1993 Millville, Pennsylvania Repeated from Episode 5.24 "Hockey Havoc" March 14, 1992 Plattsburgh, New York Repeated from Episode 5.24 "African Crocodile Attack ...
Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight In The Land - Repeats
... In 2007, the show was repeated for the first time on the CITV channel since 2003 ... It was repeated for a one-off repeat one day in the Easter holidays (as a 'Easter Surprise!') ... a year later in December 2008, it was repeated again throughout the Christmas holidays till January 2009 ...

Famous quotes containing the word repeated:

    When we awoke, we found a heavy dew on our blankets. I lay awake very early, and listened to the clear, shrill ah, te te, te te, te of the white-throated sparrow, repeated at short intervals, without the least variation, for half an hour, as if it could not enough express its happiness. Whether my companions heard it or not, I know not, but it was a kind of matins to me, and the event of the forenoon.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Modern man likes to pretend that his thinking is wide-awake. But this wide-awake thinking has led us into the mazes of a nightmare in which the torture chambers are endlessly repeated in the mirrors of reason.
    Octavio Paz (b. 1914)

    Manners are the happy way of doing things; each once a stroke of genius or of love—now repeated and hardened into usage. They form at last a rich varnish, with which the routine of life is washed, and its details adorned. If they are superficial, so are the dewdrops which give such depth to the morning meadows.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)