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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsequencingse‧quenc‧ing /ˈsiːkwənsɪŋ/ AWL noun [uncountable] formal  ORDER/SEQUENCEwhen things are arranged in an order, especially events or actions syn orderingsequence verb [transitive]
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sequencingTransfer speed is variable from two seconds upwards with automatic sequencing or user programming by logic touch controls.The programmes of the future need closer preparation in detail in order to ensure both sequencing and comprehensiveness of delivery.In this way, the correct sequencing is maintained.Radioactive methods for cycle sequencing may also be used.There are two possible variations in sequencing.A method is needed for the rationalization of the instruction, in terms of sequencing, presentation and feedback as to progress.These experiments tell us a great deal about certain aspects of cognitive processes, particularly their relative timing or sequencing.Culture microtitre dishes are stored at 4°C for several weeks until sequencing is finished.
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