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redundant

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

redundant

Repetitive. See redundancy.
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What payments can the RPO make to redundant employees?
This year it increased from pounds 330 a week to pounds 350 a week maximum, so if you were made redundant in January 2009 and your colleagues were made redundant in February 2009, that would explain the different amounts.
The fundamental issue with redundant publication is that it violates the trust placed by readers of a journal that content is original unless there is a clear statement to the contrary.
Reinsurance Trust Agreement: The captive insurer establishes a trust (the "reinsurance trust") and transfers to the reinsurance trust for the sole benefit of the ceding insurer some or all of the proceeds, as necessary, raised from the issuance of the surplus notes in an amount equal to the redundant reserve, plus proceeds required for the economic reserve.
Online -- mission-critical, transaction based, continuous access, high value data, maximum security and availability, must be redundant
4GHz CPUs, 4 modules (2 x CPU Modules and 2 x IO modules) for full fault tolerance, 2 x 10/100 NICs, 2 x 10/100/1000 NICs, redundant video cards, external USB floppy, redundant 24X CD-ROMs, ESMPRO (our remote management software), 1 year hardware warranty, 1 year software maintenance warranty.
Benefits include improved productivity due to elimination of redundant data entry and reduced aging losses due to better credit risk information.
They also draw on contemporary themes of art and culture catalyzing civic revival--the precedent of redundant industrial structures being colonized and regenerated is well established in cities as diverse as New York, Rotterdam, Glasgow and Hamburg.
With an isolated redundant configuration, the critical load is never fed from utility power, regardless of UPS shutdown or maintenance.
A redundant power grid from two separate power company sub-stations is better, but an emergency generator system of sufficient capacity to sustain life safety, computer and air conditioning equipment is best.
The Transition Networks' Redundant Fast Ethernet Media Converter provides redundant connections of both the copper and fiber interfaces.
Need and desire become redundant, thus solving the bountiful-choice dilemma.

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