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a continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts

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Her quest led to the discovery of people from other Continuums, and she formed an especially strong bond with Aero, a young man from a space-based Continuum orbiting Earth.
Aero, Myra, and Seeker are joined in their separate efforts by others from their Continuums, broadening the scope of the book to create the sense of a populous world.
The continuums, which act as roadmaps for Sailors' careers by identifying all training and education opportunities, are part of the revolution's Sailor Continuum.
Without communication or even knowledge of the other continuums, each society has followed a different path.
Taking the silk industry in Wuxi and its vicinity in the lower Yangzi delta as a case study, Bell argues that a developmental continuum exited between urban-based, machine-driven silk industry and rural household handicraft.