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The aircraft has seven computer systems running in parallel, so as lớn provide enough redundancy khổng lồ cope with computer breakdowns.

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compulsory/voluntary redundancy The bank has asked its 700 tư vấn staff lớn consider voluntary redundancy.
The project was a response khổng lồ the large number of redundancies that occurred when the town"s railway works closed in 1986.
There are usually functional redundancies in the system provided by its components, which are overlooked because of the lack of information.
Exploring a long danh sách to remove redundancies takes too much time unless potentially redundant expressions are grouped together.
In order to lớn successfully communicate with an audience, we have lớn rely on the redundancies already proven to work within the small neighbourhoods.
We hope that this presentation method avoids redundancies in the description & enhances readability of the paper.
In addition to the above substantive criticisms, it must be noted that the book contains numerous redundancies.
Theorems 1 & 9 say that the more restrictive a semantics is, the more redundancies there are for the arguments of function symbols.
Malaysians have their brand of prefixes, suffixes, redundancies, synonyms, adjectives or appellations - with local colloquialisms making major inroads into our daily lives.
I am interested simply in establishing that universal and language-particular principles conspire in any language lớn specify extensive sequential redundancies.
The change in the posttreatment productive repertoire was segmental only, và it qualitatively impacted phonemic redundancies.
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a clever action in a game or other situation that is intended to achieve an advantage & usually involves taking a risk

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