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consecutive

kuhn sek yuh tiv

  • s  one after the other
  • s  in regular succession without gaps
  • s  successive (without a break)
  • r  in a consecutive manner
    we numbered the papers consecutively

  • Patrick Schuster, a Florida high school senior with a 90-mile-an-hour fastball and a nasty slider and curve, will try for his fifth consecutive no-hitter Tuesday.
  • The Mets have won consecutive games only once since May 30.
  • Furthermore, he said, not all companies with 20 consecutive quarters of increased earnings will have necessarily engaged in such manipulation.
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  • President Bush in CNN International
    Violence is down to its lowest level since the spring of 2004, and we're now in our third consecutive month with reduced violence levels holding steady,Bush said.
  • Ted Thompson in International Herald Tribune
    Brett's many accomplishments on the field are legendary,said Thompson. "He leaves the game holding virtually every career passing record, plus his consecutive starts streak, which may never be duplicated. The uniqueness of Brett Favre, his...
  • Barack Obama in CNN
    I think it's important to make sure that the recovery package is of a significant size to do what's needed to create jobs,Obama said. "We lost half a million jobs each month for two consecutive months. And things could continue to decline....

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