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Rerun

A television or other program that has already been broadcast and is being broadcast again. Reruns are an inexpensive way for a television station to make money from advertising, especially if it already owns the rights to the program.
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In the visual fields part of the service, patients who are identified as having suspicious visual fields following a GOS or private sight test will have visual fields repeated on a separate occasion.
It also emerged an episode of Homes Under the Hammer, first shown in February last year, was repeated three times in just five days last month.
If only the control sample concentrations that initially exceeded their limits are repeated (repeat strategies 1 and 2), then the increase in utilization rate is approximately equal to the probability that a QC result will be more than 2 SDs from its target value when the process is in control (about 4.
In the Single and Repeated trials, serum glycerol, growth hormone, plasma epinephrine, and norepinephrine concentrations increased significantly (P<0.
There is a handy free tool available on the Internet that can scan a selection of text and calculate how many times certain ones are repeated.
The following exercise should be repeated ten times in each direction, holding the gaze for a few seconds in each corner.
We share what Gary calls "reader resentment"--most often when an envelope teaser lures us inside a DM package where we "experience frustration" at not finding the teaser copy repeated.
Genes in normal individuals contain short lengths of trinucleotide repeats in which a combination of nucleotides, the building blocks of DNA, are repeated several times.
In the reading from Acts Peter takes up the proclamation the women repeated from the angel.
Employees frequently copy or forward email messages with attachments, resulting in multiple repeated transmissions of the same or similar data.
I would love to see 'Smallville' repeated on Turner one, two, three times a week and aggregate as much possible viewership through the week.
Each chapter ends with a short conclusion that recapitulates the main evidence, and in the Epilogue these are more or less repeated, again in separate sections, with some comparison to the orthodox and revisionist views.

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