In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(order)a logical sequence — un orden lógico
- the police established the sequence of events — la policía estableció cómo se sucedieron los hechos
- the sequence of tenses — la concordancia de los tiempos verbales
- it's better to look at the pictures in sequence — es mejor ver las fotos en / por orden
- in historical sequence — en / por orden cronológico
- Although the timing of these changes is different for every guy, the stages of puberty generally follow a set sequence.
- She was playing a dancing game which required jumping on buttons in a certain sequence to follow the beat of a song.
- However, in some research no attempt is made to follow the sequence outlined in Figure 1.1.
- Now I don't know if any of the above is true, but this is a logical set of possible sequences.
- Failure to follow the sequence is a procedural and will cost the shooter an additional 10 second penalty.
- In each of these first three readings, you can follow a clear sequence.
- Number each part of the preparation in a logical sequence that you can follow every time.
- I followed its sequence, page by page, and wrote three distinct but overlapping accounts for each layout.
- A consistent count process that follows the same sequence helps ensure accuracy and improves efficiency.
- I did not want to interrupt the member, particularly because I agreed with most of what he was saying, but I suggest that we follow a logical sequence here.
- The numbered items defined below are given in a logical sequence that keeps related terms together, which an alphabetical order would disrupt.
- A logical, progressive sequence is followed, in accordance with how I was trained in the Vaganova school.
- Since geometry follows algebra in the sequence, I guess the issue is when students are developmentally ready for algebra.
- Does the player have to follow a linear sequence or will there be choices to make?
- It doesn't follow a sequence, it's not chronological.
- Most machines follow one of two sequences to complete a transaction.
- In addition, they mixed up the order of the episodes, which the creators designed to follow a sequence.
- The wave of contraction, therefore, follows the same sequence: atria first, then ventricles.
- This model establishes a sequence for trainers to follow, at all echelons, to improve planning through the execution of training events.
- Books are becoming obsolete, because they follow a certain sequence.
- Let's talk about the whole sequence of events in his revival.
- One of the keys to playing the piano - or at least to playing it well - is the ability of the pianist to time appropriately a sequence of movements of the fingers.
- It is a sequence of movements that is generally done 12 times a day.
- But if the journalistic scope includes the sequence of events that led to the leak, the coverage has the potential to be illuminating.
- She glanced up just in time to see Dominique raising his hands up, swiftly pushing the basketball out of his grip and into the hoop in a perfect sequence of movement.
- The call of any race is simply a momentary climax in an unfolding sequence of related events week to week.
- Together they make up a complete sequence of events.
- But if they had been watching, they would have been puzzled by the sequence of events that followed.
- The next time your favourite song comes on the radio, take a moment to appreciate the huge sequence of events that is taking place within your head and allow yourself to hear that sound.
- It's such a complicated sequence of events that I really believe that it's more complicated than one person could affect.
- If the latter, how are the members of the sequence ordered and related to each other?
- However, I still cannot understand or rationalise the distressing sequence of events that followed his death.
- Practitioners guide you through a sequence of slow movements.
- In a deepening darkness, they start singing, strange words in a complicated rhythm, repeating a sequence of five phrases.
- And she went on to describe the odd sequence of seemingly chance events which had unavoidably led her to the scene of a fire, a large antique store wreathed in destructive glow.
- It is yet another twist in a drawn-out sequence of events which has left the council, hall supporters and national heritage preservation groups at loggerheads.
- Here's the sequence of events when someone is having their reaction time measured.
- This sequence of events is instructive in several respects.
- It's like the way some people remember their credit card pin number by the sequence of movements they use to key it in, he says.
- In between the anxious question and the affirmative answer, the narrative contains a bewildering sequence of events.
2.2Mathematics Musicsecuencia feminine
- A finely-crafted use of sequence is one of Mozart's outstanding virtues.
- The last repetition of the sequence takes the triads down to the tonic D major and the vocal line up to F (sharp).
- Cantor published a paper on trigonometric series in 1872 in which he defined irrational numbers in terms of convergent sequences of rational numbers.
- Thus all infinite sequences of natural numbers have the same power, aleph zero.
- It deals with the development into a continued fraction of the generating function of a sequence satisfying a difference equation.
- By the end of ‘Cromosomi’, with its tricky harmonic sequence that descends in semitones, he had the audience in the palm of his hand.
- Infinitely many sequences result from Viswanath's rule.
- If the repetition is only in the melody, with changed harmony, it is called a melodic sequence, and if the repetition is followed also in the harmony, a harmonic sequence.
- The paper gives a proof of the intermediate value theorem with Bolzano's new approach and in the work he defined what is now called a Cauchy sequence.
2.3(of cards)escalera femininecorrida feminine Mexico
- If two players have identical sequences in non-trump suits, the one wins whose turn to play to the first trick is earlier.
- Melds are formed as in other rummy games: groups of three or more cards of the same rank, or sequences of three or more cards of the same suit in rank order.
- If the heights are the same, the player who holds a trump sequence specifies it.
- The novelty in this game, compared to Canasta, is the fact that you can build sequences.
- The following dealer looks for another ace, the next for a king, then a queen and so on, creating a separate sequence from the second ace back down to another two.
- The valid melds are sequences and groups as in Carousel.
- You are not obligated to lay down completed sequences, however, you do risk being caught with the cards in your hand if another player goes out.
- Some of these games have additional scoring combinations, such as sequences or fours of a kind.
- The winning sequence is displayed for verification as the second trick is played.
- To be valid, sequences in the same suit must either have a gap between them or overlap.
- There are no minus points for any cards that remain in the hands of the non-winning players, who are not able to make one or both of the required matched sequences.
- A card or sequence is beaten by any higher card or sequence in the same suit.
- Consider splitting it into shorter sequences - for example you might take the lead with the upper four cards and then play the lower five.
- The ranking and values of the cards are different in the trump suit from the other three suits, and there is yet another ranking that applies when the cards are melded in sequences.
3Cinema Televisionsecuencia feminine
- Operatic in scale, featuring garish colours and fantastic action sequences, the film is a minor adventure classic.
- The initial combat scenes are well directed, chilling and very unsettling, but the events that follow, the courtroom sequences in particular, are hackneyed and dull.
- The film begins with a sequence that intercuts between two rooms at the same luxury hotel in Venice, Italy.
- This sets them apart from similar sequences in other action films, which hesitate to show a child uncomfortable, let alone suffering.
- The film contains extraordinary sequences, particularly those dealing with the impoverished coal miner cousin of one of the male protagonists.
- Thus, heavily emotional sequences are often followed by lighter ones.
- The nightclub sequence is a good example of a familiar scenario treated in a fresh manner.
- And film's action sequences all too frequently consist of little more than men running down city streets.
- It remains one of the most exciting action sequences ever filmed.
- The film's final sequence shows a poor Kenyan woman selling bananas to the passengers on the stopped train.
- There is one weird quirk though - in almost every episode, the scene immediately following the credits sequence is extremely fuzzy.
- Also, the special effects and action scenes are quite superb, particularly the monorail sequences at the film's climax.
- There follows a fantasy sequence in which they both swim, hand-in-hand around the aquarium.
- The disc also has a series of production photos, and the storyboards from several sequences in the film.
- The sequence follows a journey undertaken by a flock of sheep, which follows one of their number out of their field, as they tend to do.
- The opening sequence, for example, is very lame.
- A mischievous humour is also apparent, for example in the sequence involving a car reversing over a frozen lake.
- With the unparalleled realism of the film's opening sequences barely moments behind, the scene shifts to one of patriotic transcendence.
- It was incredible to view the same works in motion, as the camera panned, zoomed, and followed them in time-lapsed sequences.
- The other questions that follow in the sequence make the subtext less subtle.
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