continuous sequence

continuous sequence

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′sē·kwəns]
(metallurgy)
A welding sequence in which each succeeding pass is made longitudinally along the entire length of the joint.
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Coroner Christopher Woolley said the post-op treatment of Ronald Tatchell had been "a continuous sequence of shortcomings" and neglect had contributed to his death.
Coroner Christopher Woolley said the post-op treatment of Ronald Tatchell had been a "a continuous sequence of shortcomings" and that neglect had contributed to his death.
t]he cause which in a natural and continuous sequence, unbroken by a new cause, produced the LDD, and without which the LDD would not have occurred.
Shah said that there were some specific elements behind the incident of April 27 who wanted to distort the image of the bank staff before media and the people and such elements did want the continuous sequence of country wide progress of ZTBL.
One Court of Appeals has stated: 'A plaintiff proves proximate cause, also referred to as legal cause, by demonstrating a natural and continuous sequence of events stemming from the defendant's act or omission, unbroken by any efficient intervening cause, that produces an injury, in whole or in part, and without which the injury would not have occurred" (Barrett v.
comprises a continuous sequence of 4 wells in Block 56 Exploration and
The motion further stated that "there is no reliable evidence that the defendant's actions caused serious bodily injury to someone" and no evidence "that the defendant's actions directly and substantially set in motion a chain of events that produced the serious injury in a natural and continuous sequence.
Other, more marginal, morsels appear amongst the extensive endnotes, all 1244 of them, usefully numbered in one continuous sequence.
Producing 358 days' racing from Jan 1-Dec 23 (inc), broken only by Good Friday, 2 more than '07's record busy stretch, 30 days more than '06, and compared with '03's longest continuous sequence of 48 days (Oct 20-Dec 6).
I noticed that it required a rigorous, continuous sequence of concept building through listening, practicing, memorizing, and repeating, and that English teachers, like physics teachers or math teachers, had to be focused, well-prepared, and specific about what must be taught.
The Angrem52 sequence, which contains the continuous sequence for the M and F genes, possesses a sequence with similarity to the regulatory sequences in other paramyxoviruses (Figure 1A).

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