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sequential

One after the other in some consecutive order such as by name or number.
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Consolidated revenue, however, grew 8 percent annually to $2,755 million from $2,551 million in the like period year ago but remained flat (1 percent) sequentially from $2,728 million a quarter ago.
The company reported income from operations of USD12 million, flat sequentially and up from USD9 million in the year ago quarter.
8 per cent sequentially, driven primarily by international loan growth.
A I-sequentially continuous image of any sequentially compact subset of X is sequentially compact.
Revenue from sale of supplies and commercial hardware also climbed both on YOY basis as well as sequentially.
Nokia said that estimated industry mobile device volumes were 310 million units, up 8% year on year and up 2% sequentially.
4 M, up 8 percent sequentially and 36 percent year-over-year.
As Hanon's The Virtuoso Pianist exercises strengthen the fingers through varying linear progressions, Jazz Chord Hanon moves sequentially through diatonic and chromatic scales and progressions from three through five voices.
Nasdaq: SUNW) has announced that its Network Storage division has increased share sequentially in vendor revenue for total market and UNIX disk storage systems for the third consecutive quarter, according to IDC's Q2-2003 Worldwide Disk Storage Systems Quarterly Tracker.
These researchers mainly address our comparison of the transmission efficiency between simultaneously feeding ticks with that between ticks feeding sequentially on a persistently infected rodent.
Organically, revenue was flat, but sequentially it was up 10%.
Sales were driven by new product revenues, which amounted to 33% of overall sales and grew 37% sequentially and over 200% year-over-year.