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  • n. The condition of being sequential

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being sequential; natural connection and progress of thought, incident, or the like.


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  • In the other (p. 133), entitled “Post-Typography: Electronics” he claims “… the computer …. maximises commitment of the word to space and to (electronic) local motion and optimizes analytic sequentiality by making it virtually instantaneous.”

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  • If this does end up a franchise, it can be like old mystery film series 'and require little sequentiality.

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  • Walking through walls is possible, as what we call matter is negotiable, but sequentiality is non-negotiable.

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  • Project created by Pablo Valbuena, that mixes a “volumetric base that serves as support for a second level, a virtual projected layer that allows controlling the transformation and sequentiality of space-time.”

    Pablo Valbuena

  • The reason that we haven't really been able to move forward on the peace process for a number of years is that we were stuck in the sequentiality of the road map.

    Peace in our time

  • Miss Rice said that what the U. S.-hosted November peace summit in Annapolis did was ‘break that tight sequentiality ... to say, you can do these in parallel, you can do road-map obligations and negotiation for the final status in parallel.’

    Peace in our time

  • This leads to what I call the death of sequentiality -- that you go so fast through different phases involving different, and complex, decision-making processes.

    Neighbors On The Same Planet

  • With visual media television, projected graphs, highlighted "bullets" impression and image take precedence over logic and concept, and detail and linear sequentiality are sacrificed.

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  • In her recent collection, Sooner, a wide range of short poetic fragments and longer, narrative poems, Christakos negotiates the sonars of expectation, desire, arousal, sequentiality, and perception.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • It is not necessary to listen to each part in order, but as this was the way that the author chose to present them, I recommend sequentiality.

    squeak buddha


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