Seriatim

In law, Seriatim (Latin for `in series`) indicates that a court is addressing multiple issues in a certain order, such as the order that the issues were originally presented to the court. == Legal usage == A seriatim opinion describes an opinion delivered by a court with multiple judges, in which each judge reads his or her own opinion rather th.....
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Seriatim

• (adv.) In regular order; one after the other; severally.
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Seriatim

(prep) Seriatim is the arrangements of events, facts, issues, statements etc in an orderly manner representing the sequences of its occurrence or other mode of identification. The Latin word 'sear-ee-ah-tim' means "one after another."
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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.
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seriatim

adverb in a series; one after another
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Seriatim

Se`ri·a'tim adverb [ New Latin ] In regular order; one after the other; severally.
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seriatim

in succession; one after another
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seriatim

one of a series, part of/in a series - a scholarly or technical academic term referring to a published work which is part of a series
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Seriatim

Seriatim is Latin for In a series
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seriatim

[adv] - in a series
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