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Tautological statement of finality

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Tautological statement of finality : WHAT’S DONE IS DONE
Although William Shakespeare did not coin the phrase “What’s done is done”, his use of the expression in his play “Macbeth” is the first recorded instance. Lady Macbeth expresses the sentiment twice:

- “Things without all remedy Should be without regard: what’s done, is done”
- “Give me your hand. What’s done cannot be undone. – To bed, to bed, to bed!”

“Tautology” is one of my favorite words. It describes needless repetition, the redundant use words to convey the same message perhaps in the same sentence.

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