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- n. Plural form of sequencing.
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Its primary phrase of movement is a 20-count theme that its dancers variously execute by way of reversal, inversions and re-sequencings, all shaded by individually graded "attacks and coordinations."
"Essential to enriching and speeding up SOA business services and BPM processes, process-driven data integration orchestrates sophisticated sequencings of data services, including accessing, cleansing, consolidating and delivering data at any speed, to ensure accurate, consistent and timely information."
She carried out the initial DNA sequencings of Stone Age material three years ago.
Both of Bill DeYoung's essays in the cd booklet, reaffirm the charged atmosphere in the studio, yet still leave unresolved the absence of guitarist Bailey's "Get On This" in the reordering of tracks from previously available twelve-cut sequencings (there are a plethora of bootlegs in circulation).