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Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Scarfo, Dec 3, 2012.
This is a secret thread that no one will see.
So. I have build a big oven on my back yard. Lets get Howard here and test it out?
Lets save the world. One oven at a time...
Redundancy (linguistics), the construction of a phrase that presents some idea using more information, often via multiple means, than is necessary for one to be able to understand the idea
Tautology (rhetoric), an unnecessary or unessential (and sometimes unintentional) repetition of meaning, using different and dissimilar words that effectively say the same thing twice (often originally from different languages)
Pleonasm, the use of more words or word-parts than is necessary for clear expression, often redundantly
Logorrhoea (linguistics), an excessive flow of words more generally
[h=2]Literature and arts[/h]
Redundant (play), by Leo Butler
"Redundant" (song), a song recorded by the American rock band Green Day in 1997
[h=2]Science and Technology[/h]
Redundancy (information theory)
Redundancy (total quality management)
Redundancy (user interfaces)
Redundant code, computer program code that is executed but has no effect on the output of the program
Database normalization, the elimination of redundancy in databases
Redundancy check, Error detection realized using a hash function or checksum algorithm
Redundant acronym syndrome syndrome
Layoff, (also called redundancy in the UK) dismissal of an employee for lack of available work; Redundancy payments (in U.K.)
gotta get down deep in those results
This thread was an added bonus!
The sum total of these replies back is an unexpected surprise.
i think that's my profile pic!