chronological succession

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The text is organized in a loose chronological succession of seven sections, examining the state of Mississippi and the nation prior to the summer of 1964, the movements debates, preparations, and training leading up to the summer, violence and opposition to the movement, voter registration, freedom schools, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, and the aftermath of the movement.
The loose but orderly chronological succession gives the viewer unfamiliar with Islamic history a road map, whereas the geographically circumscribed exhibits anchor him or her in an artisti cally and culturally cohesive area within the larger, and supposedly confusing, ambit of Islamic art.
"In this small site we have a chronological succession of various eras C* Each year we discover new rooms," said the head of the delegation Claude Serhal.
A description of a chronological succession of sounds is unrelated to color.
The bulk of each entry is devoted to the consideration, in chronological succession, of the artist's main works.