If the last word or phrase of one part of an utterance is repeated at the beginning of the next part

If the last word or phrase of one part of an utterance is repeated at the beginning of the next part, thus hooking the two parts together, this compositional pattern is called anadiplosis. The analysis of the speeches we have carried out has revealed that anadiplosis is another widely used device which also has a strong impact on the listeners in both languages. This device also helps politicians make their speech more effective.
“Because Turkey is vital for our economy. Vital for our security” /David Cameron, on Turkish membership of the EU, 27.07.10. “As I begin, I thank President Clinton for his service to our nation. I thank Vice President Gore for a contest conducted with spirit and ended with grace” /George W. Bush Inaugural Address, Washington, DC January 20, 2001.