serially

[ UK /sˈi‍əɹɪə‍li/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a serial manner
    serially composed music
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How To Use serially In A Sentence

  • European airports are everwhere poised to entertain the time-pressed traveller, offering serially-static posters - that is, mechanical installations that change their poster display every 15 seconds.
  • A basic structural design underlies every kind of romance, whether star-crossed, tantric, mantric, or serially homogenous. Jay Neugeboren: Pickup Lines
  • A second idea that can be exploited when evaluating the quality of forecasts is that fore cast errors should be serially uncorrelated.
  • Congress has shown itself to be serially disinterested is such matters. Matthew Yglesias » In the Long Run
  • In contrast, most OOL theories suppose life began at two points and a line: a point in time, a point in space (microscopic coacervate, etc.) and a line of serially encoded information (DNA, enzyme, etc.) Darwiniana
  • The print object headers are made available in a plurality of register sets or queues, which are serially arranged in a stacked queue configuration.
  • In one embodiment, the storage element is a data latch comprising a clock-enabled inverter serially coupled with a flip-flop.
  • Attempts to discriminate between phylogenetic patterns of concrescence or differentiation among serially homologous elements are therefore entirely futile.
  • Finally it is only at the level of the plasmalemma or the cytoskeleton itself, and assuming that sensitive and insensitive zones are serially connected that the stresses might be relevant.
  • Though Apple had serially assigned several programmers to update the heralded product, the revisions were late and not particularly innovative.
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