sequential

[ si-kwen-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF sequential

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They ascertain politics as sequential, linear, and deterministic.

It displays lucidity of statement, sequential narrative, and finished literary technic.

The sequential aspect of line appeared, permitting of rhythm and demanding organisation.

It should not be contingent on or sequential to other matters of European politics—because it is of a different world.

A hint organized in her brain long trains of sequential conceptions, which she had inherited with her sex.

Language is sequential, centralized, linear, and corresponds to the stage of linear growth of humankind.

This was followed by a pragmatics leading to sequential, linear practice of language and language notation.

Industrial markets are optimally served by the sequential nature of literacy and the linearity inherent in its structure.

Soccer, even football, are sequential: the aim is to score higher than the opposing team.

Japanese writers of concrete poetry seem equally eager to experience the sequential!

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