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- n. a series, a sequence
- adv. Common misspelling of seriatim, sequentially.
- adj. Common misspelling of seriatim, sequential.
The Court abandoned what we call "seriatum" opinions.
Last fall Goodwin speculated to me that had she stayed in academic life, she might have written a series of smaller books about less titanic figures, studies "in seriatum" of the sorts of Cabinet figures she now calls her "guys."
But afterwards I composed whenever I had inspiration and remembered ad seriatum the whole, till I committed it to paper at leisureR.R.Diwakar has recorded this experience of the great sage in his book Mahayogi Sri Aurobindo.
She was the third daughter of Constantine and, though 48 years old at her accession, married three times, associating her husbands: Romanos, Michael, and Constantine IX seriatum in the imperial office.
_seriatum_ around the square of the building in the internal side.