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For some reason, it had ended up out of sequence among the Prague photographs. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)Presumably it means that Follows wasn't the next in sequence. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2002)Sometimes they formed a sequence, sometimes they seemed to have no apparent connection. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE (2002)
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British English: sequence /ˈsiːkwəns/ NOUN
A sequence of things is a number of them that come one after another in a particular order.
This sequence of events led to the accident.
- American English: sequence
- Arabic: تَسَلْسُل
- Brazilian Portuguese: sequência
- Chinese: 顺序
- Croatian: slijed
- Czech: pořadí
- Danish: sekvens
- Dutch: volgorde
- European Spanish: secuencia
- Finnish: järjestys
- French: succession
- German: Reihe
- Greek: αλληλουχία
- Italian: sequenza
- Japanese: 順序
- Korean: 차례
- Norwegian: sekvens
- Polish: sekwencja
- European Portuguese: sequência
- Romanian: înșiruire
- Russian: последовательность
- Spanish: secuencia
- Swedish: sekvens
- Thai: ลำดับ
- Turkish: dizi
- Ukrainian: послідовність
- Vietnamese: chuỗi
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