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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seriate.
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The area was frequented by many hobby collectors while we were there and we had the pleasure to be seriated with gun fired from the camp below our pits as their children ran loose on the mountain side trying to find trilobites.
Warners artists, Avery first among them, were willing to wed the Disney-fashioned mode of animation to a freer, more expressively distortive type of tempo, filled with yank-forwards and jolt-stops — a wildly fractured, herky-jerky character movement that Disney's own people, with their leanings toward a natural fluidity in animation, wherein the seriated drawings fall more uniformly, trippingly and continuously upon each other, seldom would apply.
As explained by Powell, philosophies and beliefs may be seriated in four stages: The first stage is hecastotheism; in this stage extranatural or mysterious potencies are imputed to objects both animate and inanimate.