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sequential
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Definition
happening in a specific order — especially chronological order
  • "The whole sequence began in 1996," Reilly says.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (69% in)
  • "Most of bird identification is based on a sort of subjective impression—the way a bird moves and little instantaneous appearances at different angles and sequences of different appearances, and as it turns its head and as it flies and as it turns around, you see sequences of different shapes and angles," Sibley says.
    One — The Theory of Thin Slices (92% in)
  • "Most of bird identification is based on a sort of subjective impression—the way a bird moves and little instantaneous appearances at different angles and sequences of different appearances, and as it turns its head and as it flies and as it turns around, you see sequences of different shapes and angles," Sibley says.
    One — The Theory of Thin Slices (92% in)
  • Ekman paused, then reconstructed that particular sequence of expressions on his face.
    6 — Seven Seconds in the Bronx (29% in)
  • How long do you think that whole sequence took?
    6 — Seven Seconds in the Bronx (78% in)
  • The police procedure, in other words, is for my benefit: it means that the only way the officer will ever draw his gun on me is if I engage in a drawn-out and utterly unambiguous sequence of actions.
    6 — Seven Seconds in the Bronx (84% in)

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