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Consecutively
Consecutively Con*sec"u*tive*ly, adv. In a consecutive manner; by way of sequence; successively.
Consecutiveness
Consecutiveness Con*sec"u*tive*ness, n. The state or quality of being consecutive.
Inconsecutiveness
Inconsecutiveness In`con*sec"u*tive*ness, n. The state or quality of not being consecutive. --J. H. Newman.

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- In music, consecutive fifths, or parallel fifths, are progressions in which the interval of a perfect fifth is followed by a different perfect fifth between...
- In judicial practice, back-to-back life sentences are two or more consecutive life sentences given to a felon. This penalty is typically used to minimize...
- The vav-consecutive or waw-consecutive is a grammatical construction in classical Hebrew. It involves prefixing a verb form with the letter waw in order...
- In the design of experiments, consecutive sampling, also known as total enumerative sampling, is a sampling technique in which every subject meeting the...
- college football teams (in the United States) ranked by the number of consecutive games in which they scored. During the 2019 season, Georgia Tech lost...
- ice hockey players in the National Hockey League (NHL), playing 500 consecutive regular season games is considered a highly significant achievement....
- Football League, there have been twelve starts streaks of at least 100 consecutive games by eleven different quarterbacks, with four of those with a regular...
- with two lines create various types of pairs of angles: consecutive interior angles, consecutive exterior angles, corresponding angles, and alternate angles...
- difference in pitch between two consecutive notes of a musical scale. In other words, it is the interval between two consecutive scale degrees. Any larger interval...