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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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The paper first considers the available literature on grade repetition and a group of students more often repeated in early schooling: boys.
Thus, the most important requirement for the score is the ability to recover in the shortest time between repeated sprints (Cherif et al., 2012: 21-28).
Seventy percent of respondents always repeated, 29% sometimes repeated, and 0.9% never repeated hematology critical values.
Short-term method users employed in the hospitality industry faced nearly twice the odds of repeated abortion (p<0.05) compare to their unemployed counterparts.
The system then repeated unnecessary information about a number I keyed in, so that the charge could be increased.
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.
During regular repeated geomagnetic measurements, secular variations of geomagnetic field was determined (Figs.
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 4.5%).
Many shows that first go out on BBC3 or BBC3 are later repeated on BBC1 or BBC2.
For over two decades, abundant variation in the number of tandemly repeated units in microsatellite and minisatellite DNA has been used for genetic fingerprinting.
WE may be sinking in a sea of repeats, but the powers-that-be don't always repeat the shows which deserve to be repeated.

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