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reduplicate

(of petals or sepals) having the margins curving outwards
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In the first of three chapters in which he addresses directly the language of Skelton's satires, Gray discusses the poet's well-known capacity for neologising (usually creating English words from Latin originals), his creative way with prefixes and suffixes, and with compounds including reduplicating compounds.
This care in neither reduplicating material nor overloading the editorial notes means that the correspondence is offered without elaborations of the kind it must have been tempting to include--such as comprehensive commentary each time Yeats men tions his own work.
It is precisely to the reduplicating operators that Leibniz tries to assign the task of expressing the relation as something which directly connects the related subjects" (Mugnai 1992: 93).
Everson captures and reclaims the particularity of this woman's performance by reduplicating the final word of her statement "I felt very privileged" in a way that viewers might think indicates a physical problem with the footage: The added emphasis raises the question of how and exactly in what manner a young black woman in the South would have experienced "privilege" at that point in time.
Specifically, Bernie fails to recognize the queering potential of reduplicating the closet.
Secondly, the look assimilates proximities, it liberates distances, reduplicating them in the mirror of spirit, which filters the matter subjecting it to the law of the analogous space, which, in its turn, irradiates sympathia, an entity whose force of identification, based on the movement of things towards and from the world, transforms and denatures them, with a view to reconfiguring identities, and finally disappears into the distance scanned by the look, with no interruption as to the figurative construction of meaning.