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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsequentialse‧quen‧tial /sɪˈkwenʃəl/ AWL adjective formal  ORDER/SEQUENCErelating to or happening in a sequencesequentially adverb
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sequentiala sequential arrangementA sequential data file that is indexed is called an indexed sequential file.The file designer will find it worthwhile to examine every direct processing application of an indexed sequential file critically.The former will tend to require an indexed sequential file on a direct access device.Although it may seem strange to simulate a parallel process on a sequential machine, there have been many benefits.Life on this turbulent, complex planet is no longer linear and sequential, one thing logically leading to another.By this, presumably, was meant the isolation of single figures in sequential positions like a Muybridge series in three dimensions.
From Longman Business Dictionarysequentialse‧quen‧tial /sɪˈkwenʃəl/ adjective formal happening in a fixed order, where a series of related actions, events etc lead to a particular resultThe buying process is analysed as a series ofsequential steps.The figures will disappoint investors looking for sequential gains in sales and profits.sequentially adverbKeep a close eye on sequentially numbered invoices to detect any missing ones.
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