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concatenation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcatenationcon‧cat‧e‧na‧tion /kɒnˌkætəˈneɪʃən $ kɑːn-/ noun [countable, uncountable] formal 🔊 🔊 SERIESa series of events or things joined together one after anotherconcatenation of 🔊 a strange concatenation of events
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concatenationIn the same way, timekeeping is cultural in its origins, a concatenation of accidental events.This chapter is about the significance of such a concatenation of development activity, and of the potential for links between them.There was a concatenation of ladies that he squired around for varying lengths of time.In reality, no concatenation of highly talented individuals ever made a great film.Another property, concatenation, arises when we can add measures together: a feature which attaches only to ratio scales.
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