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Tautological echo
Tautological Tau`to*log"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. tautologique.] Involving tautology; having the same signification; as, tautological expression. -- Tau`to*log"ic*al*ly, adv. Tautological echo, an echo that repeats the same sound or syllable many times.

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- DSM-IV-TR criteria have also been criticized[citation needed] for being tautological, using imprecise and undefined language and for the use of instruments...
- by Edward Witten and Maxim Kontsevich on the intersection numbers of tautological cl****es on moduli space. Her subsequent work focused on Teichmüller dynamics...
- Furthermore, it doesn't explain anything. The explanation it offers is tautological—if age is crucial, then age explains a relationship. And it does not...
- the Old English word meresig, meaning "island of the pool" and thus is tautological. The island is split into two main areas, West Mersea and East Mersea...
- (Gries and Schneider 1993). Conventional mathematical logic consists of tautological formulae, signalled by a prefixed turnstile. To denote that the primary...
- to the "exploitation" or "underpayment" of use-values is actually a tautological contradiction, since it must necessarily quantify "underpayment" in terms...
- the spring Tobar Childa was dedicated to a saint (Tobar Childa is a tautological placename, consisting of the Gaelic and Norse words for well, i.e. "well...
- She points out that Claggart's "natural depravity," which is defined tautologically as "depravity according to nature," and the ac****ulation of equivocal...
- to the "exploitation" or "underpayment" of use-values is actually a tautological contradiction, since it must necessarily quantify "underpayment" in terms...
- woodland or bearū still survive and these gave rise, after 1925, to the tautological place-name Bearwood, denoting the suburban area immediately west of Bear...
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