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Childhood's End
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  • ’Particularly restful on the eyes were the delicate pastel greens of the background to the ballet sequence.’
  • Jean and George had witnessed the whole sequence of events when the tsunami hit the island.
  • The theatre had arranged a kind of mixed grill rather than a single dish-two one-act plays, a sketch by a world-famous impersonator, and a ballet sequence.
  • Yet he should have been prepared; he had already received proof enough that cause and event could reverse their normal sequence.

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  • She has a gift for breaking a complex task into a simple series of sequential steps.
  • The story is told sequentially.

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