duplication

[ doo-pli-key-shuh n, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF duplication

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It was all a kind of duplication, and I could be on the train or in the other place at will.

What does this suggest to the reader—this duplication of the threefold form of the Book?

This is a War Ballad, in triplet stanzas with 'duplication.'

There was no duplication, however, of the second part of the programme.

With this duplication, its national consciousness has as it were solidified.

This duplication of pp. 23, 24 is in both the Brown and Lenox copies.

If this be so, there is a duplication of Sumatra as well as of Bengal.

The Duplication of the Cube it is asserted can readily be demonstrated.

Each of them, in fact, consists in a duplication of the soul.

In cults and mythologies the significance of this duplication is very striking.

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