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Example Sentences for "redundant"

Hundreds of young people who work in the tourist trade face redundancy at the end of summerIt's a little redundant to say a tiny, little dog.

Hundreds of young people who work in the tourist trade face redundancy at the end of summer.

The main points in your essay are a bit redundant because you repeat them throughout the paper without really justifying them.

My job has been made redundant by a computer program that can do within about forty minutes what took me an entire day to accomplish.

The entire town was made redundant when the factory shut down.

The collapse of the fishing industry has resulted in hundreds of redundancies in the maritime provinces.

Teachers may some day become redundant if language instruction becomes entirely computerized.

He worked for the company for 25 years and then was made redundant with only a year to go before he was set to retire.

Over 500 employees are expected to be made redundant as a result of the merger of the two companies.

A number of statements in your essay are redundant. You're just repeating the same points over and over.

The father of two small children committed suicide after being made redundant at his job.

To say he is a fat, overweight man is redundant.

These commercial buildings have become redundant now that the government has moved its offices out.

Voluntary redundancies have helped to decrease the workforce by almost 10%.

Margaret Anderson once described war as a redundant human madness which men accept as inevitable.


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