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Synonyms for sequence

Synonyms for sequence

Synonyms for sequence

serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern

film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie

the action of following in order

several repetitions of a melodic phrase in different keys

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arrange in a sequence

determine the order of constituents in

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The event is not experienced, perceived as something that happens in time; rather, it is perceived as being out of time, as repetition in no linear, temporal sequence.
As expected, the NNDT will not detect any WNV transmission cycles from the scrambled datasets because the temporal sequence of virus transmission from birds to mosquitoes and then to humans will be lost.
Among other factors, digitization makes it easier for filmmakers to divide their plots into more complex segments that scramble linearity and manipulate temporal sequences.
This is the first time anyone has found a way to store information over seconds about both temporal sequences and stimulus patterns directly in brain tissue," said Dr.
The large, geographically diverse sample of residents strengthened the findings of the study, but its cross-sectional design did not allow examination of temporal sequences.
Nelson's (1993) study of autobiographical memory also involved preschoolers' understanding of temporal sequences.
As in her book on Herbert, she sometimes posits a "normal" language from which metaphoric passages deviate, at times going so far as to rewrite parts of poems in standard everyday English of her own in order to accentuate their poetic heightenings, or to introduce sequential temporal sequences that have, according to such readings, been transposed poetically.
In the Yoruba mind, these temporal sequences are intimately interdependent realities that confer meaning, harmony, and wholeness to life: "Life, present life, contains within it manifestations of the ancestral, the living and the unborn" (Soyinka, Myth 146).
He presumed that the analysis of temporal sequences plays an important role in this.
Although there are differences in the proposed systems of diagrammatic representation, all the systems share the representation of temporal sequences of events in spatial dimensions on the printed page.
Characteristically, Kennedy dissolves temporal sequences, patriarchal causality, and the traditional notion of character.
SimBionic will also enable rapid authoring of sophisticated, pattern-matching algorithms that recognize temporal sequences of simulated actions, events, and states to evaluate the student's performance and provide feedback.
Fee studies the cellular and circuit bases for the generation and learning of temporal sequences in the brain, with a focus on songbird vocalizations.
The date stamps' measured succession of dates also contrasted with the irregular temporal sequences of On Kawara's work.
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