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use "redundant" in a sentence

He criticized the tempest storyline due to a lack of explanation for the station's original purpose and thought that juliet's flashbacks were redundant.

Critical flight equipment is normally duplicated, or redundant, in better words.

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animals may require a stable companion such as a cat, goat or even a small pony or donkey to provide company and reduce stress.

The openings are filled with non-magnetic material to reduce air drag.

As a part of the restructuring, the government put in place a Voluntary Retirement Scheme ( VRS ) to reduce the man-equipment ratio (MER) of 367:1 (ratio of manpower to aircraft).

Sir Thomas Fairfax with a picked body of cavalry rode through Newcastle's lines into the West Riding to help them, and about the end of January 1643, Newcastle gave up the attempt to reduce the towns.

Non-resonant magnetic RAM uses ferrite particles suspended in epoxy or paint to reduce the reflectivity of the surface to incident radar waves.

This route is expected to reduce the cost of movement of goods between India and Russia and beyond.

By 1988, however, Seoul began to reduce tariffs and other duties to liberalize trade with P'yongyang.

One fear is that consolidation would reduce county funding to areas outside of Savannah.

In early 2008, Delta announced it was going to reduce its domestic capacity by 4-5%, in which Comair will reduce its 50-seat Canadair Regional Jet fleet by 8-14 aircraft.

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