Chris says: I was made redundant yesterday.
Orange: 27% are “redundant and unnecessary”.
Determinables as ontologically or causally redundant.
Tax haven is a redundant expression when it comes to the Cayman Islands."
For example, in (21), the first conjunct is redundant in any context of utterance.
redundancy Strictly (and in legal terms) jobs, rather than people, are made redundant.
However, they often make fewer positions redundant than the number they initially notify.
Dasgupta (2009) thinks that objects (he calls them “individuals”) are physically redundant and empirically undetectable.
Redundant or duplicate publication is a paper that overlaps substantially with one already published in print or electronic media.
Since the beginning of the process, we have taken unprecedented steps to gather redundant reports to ensure accuracy of all underlying data.
The definable truth predicates are truly redundant, because they are expressible in PA; therefore there is no need to introduce them axiomatically.
He called on the government to intervene and prevent companies from making large numbers of people redundant if they refuse to cut their dividend payments.
"The Northern Ireland Executive needs to redouble their efforts and secure alternative employment for those highly skilled workers who will be made redundant.
Flying boats could remain useful, but the fact is global construction and advances in aviation technology have made them largely redundant in many military roles.
According to a management letter posted on our employee website, by the end of September when the furlough restriction ends, some 7,000 to 8,000 flight attendants may become redundant.
Now let us say that a clause is left-redundant if it is possible to tell by looking at the material in the sentence to the left of the clause that the clause is redundant.
The number of people being made redundant in the UK soared to a record high in October amid the second coronavirus wave and as the government scaled back its furlough scheme before an 11th hour extension.
Part I of this work conducts a systematic review of previous object-based accessibility research, identifying the personalisation of redundant non-speech objects as a potentially high impact yet unexplored area of research.
That facility now appears redundant because the government has rejected the scientific rationale behind testing passengers at airports on arrival - on the basis that asymptomatic people who recently caught the virus could still produce negative results.
Shortly after Perez's tweets, the Iowa Democratic Party said it had "taken unprecedented steps to gather redundant reports to ensure accuracy of all underlying data" and would not recanvass the results unless a candidate formally requests one through the proper channels.
- more than is needed, desired, or required
- repetition of same and identical sense with different and non-identical words
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