“REDUNDANT, adj. Superfluous; needless; _de trop_.
The Sultan said: "There's evidence abundant To prove this unbelieving dog redundant." To whom the Grand Vizier, with mien impressive, Replied: "His head, at least, appears excessive." --Habeeb Suleiman
Mr. Debs is a redundant citizen. --Theodore Roosevelt”
“Our notions of scale have been tested again and again, ... We must have transaction by transaction redundancy and reliability - and all this must happen automatically. These are big network challenges.”
“We need to be advised as to whether there will be the termination of service on the grounds of redundancy for some or all of the workers as a result of the ownership change. If that is not the case, the matter needs to be settled as to whether there will be a renewal of the existing contract of employment, or the re-engagement under a new contract.”