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Noun
The conclusions to which any course or condition of things lead
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“That such sacred places should exist was a natural sequence to man's faith and belief.”
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Plural for a series or succession of connected events or things
“The new legislation triggered a sequence of events that divided the union.”
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Plural for a particular order in which related things follow each other
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“The technique has matured, however, as clinical evaluation has clarified the best sequence of steps in treatment.”
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Plural for a part or section, especially in film, literature, a performance, or the arts
“The film's final sequence shows a poor Kenyan woman selling bananas to the passengers on the stopped train.”
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Plural for a period of time, typically brief
“By length of an inspection period, we mean the number of product units that are processed during this particular sequence.”
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Plural for the way in which something progresses or develops
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Plural for the passing of a privilege or responsibility to each member of a group in a regularly recurring order
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Plural for a sequence of numbers or letters, typically used to open a lock
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Plural for a sequence of actions regularly followed
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Plural for the arrangement of musical sounds according to duration and periodical stress
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Plural for a system by which time is sequenced and divided by days, weeks, months, and years
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Plural for a systematic plan to achieve a goal or objective
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Plural for a theme or characteristic running throughout a situation or piece of writing
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Plural for a photograph
Verb
To arrange in a sequence or a particular order
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“Invite students to sequence the cards independently using the numbers on the back of the cards.”
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(biochemistry) To ascertain the sequence of amino-acid or nucleotide residues in (a protein, DNA, etc.)
“It took twenty-four more years for the development of techniques to sequence the DNA strands.”
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To position or place something in a particular place or spot
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