consecutiveness


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A key consequence of this consecutiveness was the adoption of group-targeted policies, rather than policies universal in their scope, in an attempt to satisfy one group after another and to be seen as doing so.
After his return to his body, Peaslee's conception of time, his "ability to distinguish between consecutiveness and simultaneousness" had become "subtly distorted" (331).
It is through the subtlest evaluative senses that we recognize culture in fiction, perceive its consecutiveness and credibility, subconsciously record its identity and deduce its image in rational analysis.

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