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redundant

(of components, information, etc.) duplicated or added as a precaution against failure, error, etc.

redundant

Repetitive. See redundancy.
References in classic literature ?
[Greek] would not be redundant; it would emphasise the surprise of the contrast, and I should prefer to have it, though it is not very important either way.
She looked redundant with life, health, and energy; all of which attributes were bound down and compressed, as it were and girdled tensely, in their luxuriance, by her virgin zone.
Paradise SSPAs included in the Caracol deployment include the indoor redundant 3U System; individual 3RU indoor rack mount SSPAs; the compact outdoor redundant SSPA system; and the individual compact outdoor SSPA.
Earlier, First Vice-President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva instructed Azerenergy OSJC to provide employment to redundant employees of "Militarized Security Unit" LLC.
The technological breakthrough of redundant braking was achieved by modifying one system element; the vacuum brake booster is replaced by an intelligent electro-mechanical booster, the iBooster.
Lapena found the job of the gatekeepers from the Piers and Inspection Division and customs police from the Enforcement and Security Services redundant after a walk-through inspection at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) on Monday.
The association of redundant employees is requesting consent from their branch offices across the country so that they would have a uniform position when the bill is submitted.
Mark Di-Toro of Glassdoor said: "Since the EU referendum result, almost a third of the UK workforce have become concerned that they will be made redundant in the near future, a 5% jump from the first quarter of the year.
The entomologist Sajid Tabassum verified that dengue mosquito and its larva was taking breed in the stagnant water of the old and redundant machinery of the paper factory.
Mark Jones, a design and technology teacher who is being made redundant after 20 years' service, said: "The financial state of the school means the budget for next year requires redundancies.
The Redundant and Dual Redundant Systems output power package range from 250W to 5000W in one 19" chassis using Schaefer's C500 to C4500 Series units (higher power systems available upon request).
According to France-based BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA), bitcoin could make commercial banks redundant.

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