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Seriatim

[Latin, Severally; separately; individually; one by one.]

seriatim

(sear-ee-ah-tim) prep. Latin for "one after another" as in a series. Thus, issues or facts are discussed seriatim (or "ad seriatim") meaning one by one in order.

See: consecutive

seriatim

‘one after another’, as listed in a series or list.

SERIATIM. In a series, severally; as, the judges delivered their opinions seriatim.

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61 ("This practice of seriatim opinions would persist until the appointment of Marshall, who put an abrupt end to it.
114) Over the next 50 years, individual, seriatim opinions were gradually faded out, but dissenting opinions nonetheless remained.
11) Marshall abandoned the practice of delivering seriatim opinions in the first case decided after he became Chief Justice.