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consecutive

[kən′sek·yəd·iv]
(mathematics)
Immediately following one another in a sequence.
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He slept a scant five hours, and only one with a constitution of iron could have held himself down, as Martin did, day after day, to nineteen consecutive hours of toil.
The Selenites might have undertaken these immense works and dug these enormous holes for a refuge and shield from the solar rays which beat upon them during fifteen consecutive days.
Wragge -- refreshed by some thirteen consecutive hours of uninterrupted repose -- was in excellent spirits, and up at heel (for a wonder) with both shoes.
I recall particularly the illustration of one of the first pamphlets to give a consecutive account of the war.
As for the Angel, he evinced his sense of my assault by giving me two or three hard consecutive raps upon the forehead as before.
Production in Japan experienced a year-on-year increase for the second consecutive year (since Fiscal Year 2013).
In the second level "memorizing 24 consecutive parts of the Holy Quran with reciting," Mohammed bin Harib al-Harrasi came first.
IF PAUL NICHOLLS lands the Tingle Creek Chase on Saturday he will equal the record of Tom Dreaper and Bernard Secly in training the winner of a top-level jumps race seven consecutive times.
Behind two goals from Katie Etcher and a second-minute score from Megan Quinn, the top-seeded Conquistadores extended their dynasty with a seventh consecutive City title, turning away a valiant effort from the No.
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard's Premiership record run of consecutive appearances ended at 164 after he withdrew from the line-up for last night's clash with Manchester City at Eastlands.
27--The New York Association of Realty Managers will offer a "Remedial EXCEL for Building Managers" course on three consecutive Mondays, from 6:00 p.
Most consecutive games with a base on balls, season: 18, Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants