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WHAT DOES REDUNDANCY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of redundancy in the English dictionary
The first definition of redundancy in the dictionary is the state or condition of being redundant or superfluous, esp superfluous in one's job. Other definition of redundancy is excessive proliferation or profusion, esp of superfluity.Redundancy is also duplication of components in electronic or mechanical equipment so that operations can continue following failure of a part.
The translations of redundancy from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «redundancy» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «REDUNDANCY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «redundancy» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «redundancy» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about redundancy
2 QUOTES WITH «REDUNDANCY»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word redundancy.
My definition of a redundancy is an air-bag in a politician's car.
Today, we are announcing that agencies are releasing their final regulatory reform plans, including hundreds of initiatives that will reduce costs, simplify the system, and eliminate redundancy and inconsistency.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REDUNDANCY»
Discover the use of redundancy in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to redundancy and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Redundancy: The Law and Practice
Rev. ed. of: Redundancy: the law and practice / editor, John McMullen. 2nd ed. London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2001.
John McMullen, 2011
My Redundancy Discovery
The book highlights the positive aspects of this negative concept and the need to trust in the knowledge that God is in Control. Finally, the book affirms that this redundancy storm is temporary and that this will soon pass.
Juliet Baboolal, 2009
Redundancy Law in Europe
This book provides an overview of the relevant legislation regarding redundancy schemes in each of the 27 EU Member States, as well as Russia and Switzerland.
Maarten van Kempen, 2008
Burning the Suit: Fighting back against the AFTERSHOCK of ...
This is for anyone who is looking for more in life than a 9-5 job, featuring: Disaster or Opportunity? What am I going to do?
Andrew Taylor, 2008
Image and Video Compression for Multimedia Engineering: ...
Its feasibility rests with two types of redundancies, i.e., statistical redundancy and
psychovisual redundancy. By eliminating these redundancies, we can achieve
image and video compression. 1.2.1 STATISTICAL REDUNDANCY Statistical ...
Yun Q. Shi, Huifang Sun, 1999
Developmental States: Relevancy, Redundancy Or Reconfiguration?
These are by no means exhaustive and comprehensive aims, questions and issues. For individual developmental states covered in this volume, country-specific lessons may also be drawn for them to be reconfigured to stay relevant.
Linda Low, 2004
Industrial Relations in South Africa
RETRENCHMENT AND REDUNDANCY Rationale Previously it was regarded as
the right of management to reduce or enlarge the workforce according to the
dictates of production and economic cycles and in terms of business rationale.
Sonia Bendix, 2001
Beyond Redundancy: How Geographic Redundancy Can Improve ...
The book considers both georedundant systems and georedundant solutions. The text also provides a general discussion about the capital expense/operating expense tradeoff that frames system redundancy and georedundancy.
Eric Bauer, Randee Adams, Daniel Eustace, 2011
Coding and Redundancy: Man-made and Animal-evolved Signals
The channel capacity (log24) is 2 bits/signal so the surprisal redundancy by
equation 5.1 is R = (2 — 1.37)/2 = 31.5%. In the previous section, the unused
signal alone (both bulbs off) accounted for 21% redundancy if the three
Jack Parker Hailman, 2008
Product Reliability: Specification and Performance
6.7.1 Redundancy Redundancy is a technique used to improve the reliability
through the use of replicated components. Redundancy can only be used when
the functional design of the system allows for the incorporation of replicated ...
D. N. Prabhakar Murthy, Marvin Rausand, Trond Østerås, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «REDUNDANCY»
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Australia Post to slash jobs in $190m voluntary redundancy program
“I have made a commitment that there will be no forced redundancy of staff impacted directly by changes in our mail service and who are actively seeking jobs in ... «The Australian, Jun 15»
Clerys staff to get statutory redundancy, liquidators say
The protest followed the news that 130 direct employees of Clerys will receive basic statutory redundancy, and “robust” exchanges at Liberty Hall as liquidators ... «Irish Times, Jun 15»
Ex-Woolworths staff denied compensation as European Courts rule …
The European Court has ruled in favour of the Government over redundancy laws, preventing the cost of laying off staff for businesses that employ 20 or fewer ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 15»
Conservatives would cap redundancy payouts for NHS, BBC and …
The Conservatives would stop public sector workers in the NHS, BBC and civil service getting six-figure redundancy packages if they win the election, the party ... «The Guardian, Jan 15»
Redundant NHS staff who are rehired will be stripped of pay-offs
NHS managers and highly-paid council officials will be stripped of the redundancy payments if they are subsequently rehired, the government will announce ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 14»
Qantas targets 300 pilots for redundancy
Qantas has started a major pilot redundancy program for the first time in decades that will ultimately target as many as 300 pilots it believes are excess to the ... «Sydney Morning Herald, May 14»
Number of NHS managers re-employed after receiving redundancy …
New Government figures show 3,950 managers made redundant since the shake-up of NHS services in 2010 have since been rehired in another parts of the ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Mar 14»
NHS spends more than £1 billion on redundancy payouts
Labour blamed the heavy redundancy costs on the “unnecessary reorganisation” of the NHS carried out by Andrew Lansley, the former health secretary. «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 13»
Army hands redundancy notices to 4480 soldiers as it launches …
As almost 4,500 service personnel received redundancy letters, the head of the Army admitted the biggest round of defence cuts yet was straining morale. «Daily Mail, Jun 13»
Public service redundancy row
As many as 70 workers at the new Innovation and Industry super department are understood to have been ''tapped'' for voluntary redundancy in the past two ... «Sydney Morning Herald, May 13»
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