Repeat may refer to:
- A rerun in broadcasting
- The unit of pattern in a wallpaper, for example every 24 inches of a roll
- Repeat sign in music
- Repeat Records
- Repeat - The Best of Jethro Tull - Vol II
- "Repeat" (David Guetta song)
repeat untilloop in the Pascal programming language
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Other articles related to "repeat, repeats":
... A late night repeat of the episode aired on BBC sister channel BBC Three the same night at 11pm and a further pre-watershed repeat, edited to be child friendly, of the episode aired ... one of the more heavily-edited episodes of the series for it's pre-watershed repeat" ... The edited repeat had an air time of 49m 33s, as opposed to the original episode's air time of 50m 15s ...
... It is associated with a form of trinucleotide repeat disorder known as "dentatorubral-pallidoluysian atrophy" or "dentatorubropallidoluysian atrophy" ... The disorder is related to the expansion of a trinucleotide repeat within this gene ... The encoded protein includes a serine repeat and a region of alternating acidic and basic amino acids, as well as the variable glutamine repeat ...
... At this point, there are from 230 to 4000 CGG repeats in the gene that causes fragile X syndrome in these patients, as compared with 60 to 230 repeats in carriers and 5 to 54 repeats in ... The second, related DNA-triplet repeat disease, fragile X-E syndrome, was also identified on the X chromosome, but was found to be the result of an expanded CCG repeat ... Identifying trinucleotide repeats as the basis of disease has brought clarity to our understanding of a complex set of inherited neurological diseases ...
... Spectrin repeats are found in several proteins involved in cytoskeletal structure ... The spectrin repeat forms a three-helix bundle ... These conform to the rules of the heptad repeat ...
... Repeat – Follow a random sequence like in Simon ... Repeat Plus – Repeat variant for 2 or more players ...
Famous quotes containing the word repeat:
“The individual, man as a man, man as a brain, if you like, interests me more than what he makes, because Ive noticed that most artists only repeat themselves.”
—Marcel Duchamp (18871968)
“It is the soothing thing about history that it does repeat itself.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“The experience of a sense of guilt for wrong-doing is necessary for the development of self-control. The guilt feelings will later serve as a warning signal which the child can produce himself when an impulse to repeat the naughty act comes over him. When the child can produce his on warning signals, independent of the actual presence of the adult, he is on the way to developing a conscience.”
—Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)