The point by now has been well made and its repetition would lead only to cascading nastiness.
"Nowhere to run ain't got nowhere to go," Springsteen sings before launching into the "Born in the U.S.A." chorus in repetition.
This constitutes something of a repetition of the scenario that unfolded in Libya.
And I was trying to illustrate that with a more familiar example, which would be something like the repetition of a limerick.
After a while, he forgot himself, his hand, the repetition of what he was doing and felt only the horse.
But if this were all, then would Buddhism be but a repetition of the commonplaces of all religions, of all philosophies.
The next morning there was a repetition of all the tokens of friendship which were manifested the evening before.
Here, then, the spirit of the Constitution is fully observed, with regard to repetition and also disputation.
Oh, it will be a repetition of the others,—you may be sure of that!
Bill had a vast knowledge of the West, but a distressing habit of repetition.
early 15c., "act of saying over again," from Old French repetition and directly from Latin repetitionem (nominative repetitio) "a repeating," noun of action from past participle stem of repetere "do or say again" (see repeat (v.)). Of actions, attested from 1590s.