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redundant
used in The Bourne Identity

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Definition
more than is needed — often something that is unnecessarily repeated

or in technical usage:  a secondary component designed to work if the primary component fails; or of such a system
  • "I'll make certain next time certainly," said Bourne, the redundancy intended,
    Chapter 11 (63% in)
redundancy = repetition (more than is needed)
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