parallel series

parallel series

[′par·ə‚lel ′sir·ēz]
(electricity)
Circuit in which two or more parts are connected together in parallel to form parallel circuits, and in which these circuits are then connected together in series so that both methods of connection appear.
(engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The determination of each sample and dilution toxicity is performed in 3 parallel series. Three parallel series with the cultivation (biologizing) water are used for the control.
The Q: Skills for Success 4 Listening and Speaking text follows a similar pattern, both in offering two listening passages on the same topic per unit and in presenting a parallel series of themes over the 10 units, presumably to allow the two books to be used in concert.
The series will present monographs and edited volumes on Wittgenstein's work in whole or in part; studies in German are in a parallel series.
The Slayer Chronicles is a parallel series to Brewer's series The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod; it can be read independently of that series, but it is recommended that they be read in order.
Culling from his personal collection and organizing a parallel series of performances and readings, Moore positioned his project in an outrider lineage of chapbooks, magazines, and record albums.
To be effective, engagement must be conducted from a position of strength and as part of an integrated, graduated and parallel series of steps.
Card's Ender series, which includes five books and a parallel series, is taught in Catholic moral theology classes and military academies for its ethical conundrums.
In addition to the ten individuals photographed, a parallel series shows the historical backgrounds with different road signs placed in front of them.
We have recommended--based on studies done every six months since the US invasion--that the administration face up to the reality that the only choices for Iraq are how and how violently it will break up." In a parallel series of reports, the Fund for Peace, a research and advocacy group, suggests a policy of managed partition for Iraq.

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