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sequential

One after the other in some consecutive order such as by name or number.
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Sequentiality is obtained by assigning in the beginning of each round each subject a rank in the decision sequence.
Therefore, this article put an emphasis on causal chains by illustrating both the importance of a theoretical framework for the choice of methods and the actual methods that can be used in analyzing the sequentiality of events.
In a second approach to the analysis of the plotting in the ode this contrived and staged effect of unmediated authenticity in the dimension of mediacy can now be described in its specific function for the dimension of sequentiality.
A combined bank-government, making payments in real goods, will then find it impossible to promote deposit insurance unless it can bypass the sequentiality of consumption (soliciting announcements first and then making payments only after collecting all answers).
Introducing some sequentiality in the computation recovers most of the quality of the grids generated by the serial algorithm, Algorithm 4.
These narratives--communally constructed and enjoyed--do not generally fit the discursive conventions of the standard public school classroom: individual ownership, strict sequentiality, and empirical accuracy and parsimony.
This is probably due to the strong sequentiality and factuality implied by the meaning of result clauses, which requires iconic ordering of main clause and secondary clause.
The subsequent texts, Presences: A Text for Marisol and Mabel: A Story, abandon any pretext of a predetermined sequentiality as a thread of narrative continuity, opting for an explicitly arbitrary order with no apparent relation to the content.
Teodolinda Barolini, who in her study is particularly concerned with the paradoxical co-presence of fragmentation and sequentiality in the Rerum vulgarium fragmenta, has analyzed the five canzoni in their "ultimate desire vis-a-vis narrative: to escape from it" (25).
The "objective world" (including the solid and invariant "primary qualities" described by modern science and philosophy) changed size, form, color, and sequentiality as an observer changed speed and direction relative to it.
According to Bhabha, the "post" in terms such as postmoderuity, postcoloniality and postfeminism, are meaningless if they are merely signifiers of sequentiality (Bhabha 1994: 4).
Elements of the I/O profile included: read/write ratio, I/O size, locality, re-reference probability, sequentiality, interarrival time, and so on.