progression

[ pruh-gresh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF progression

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There is a progression by antagonism of two opposite aspects of philosophy.

But how happen there to be such evidences of progression as exist?

It was the most comfortable method of progression that I had ever known.

Its mode of progression was in the highest degree unsightly.

Progression is the increase of the proportion of the effort to the result.

Only when the circle was opened was a sense of progression ascertained.

Induction, says Aristotle, is "the progression from singulars to universals."

The opposite of this has been the history of Mr. Hardy's progression.

No matter how closely pursued, it never alters this mode of progression.

In fact, it is like the progression from nothing to something.

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