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consecutive

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consecutive

[kən′sek·yəd·iv]
(mathematics)
Immediately following one another in a sequence.
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We included the name of the lynx as random effect to consider the consecutiveness of data collection for each of the lynx (Fahrmeir et al.
10 As Amos has stated it "the lack of consecutiveness in criticism is probably partially responsible for the slowness in with which translators attained the power to put into words, clearly and unmistakably, their aims and methods.
After his return to his body, Peaslee's conception of time, his "ability to distinguish between consecutiveness and simultaneousness" had become "subtly distorted" (331).
It is through the subtlest evaluative senses that we recognize culture in fiction, perceive its consecutiveness and credibility, subconsciously record its identity and deduce its image in rational analysis.
The spectrum of consecutiveness of tonal impulses was made up of narrowband noise with a maximum equal to the frequency of the tone and band width dependent on the duration of the impulses.
Here I will work from a narrower conception of narrative as travel (or as travel writing) so as to investigate the motivation behind the metaphor and to focus specifically on the question of the relation between narrative consecutiveness and consequence.
Only two of the eight scenes, #5 and #6, follow each other in direct chronology, but the consecutiveness of these two scenes is actually not established until the very end of the film.
lack of consecutiveness or continuity) e) Multiple layers of meaning (multilayered reading experience) (pp.
But both facts: the uninterrupted consecutiveness [sic] of legal development and the surrounding atmosphere of political troubles must be taken into account if we want to understand the political reform of 1905-6.

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