Definition of Sequents

1. Noun. (plural of sequent) ¹



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Definition of Sequents

1. sequent [n] - See also: sequent

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sequents

sequency
sequent
sequential
sequential analysis
sequential art
sequential compactness
sequential continuity
sequential file
sequential logic
sequential manual gearbox
sequential manual gearboxes
sequential operation
sequentiality
sequentially
sequents (current term)
sequester
sequesterable
sequestered
sequestering
sequesters
sequestra
sequestrable
sequestral
sequestrant
sequestrants
sequestrate
sequestrated
sequestrates
sequestrating

Literary usage of Sequents

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1843)
"It is true that bodily sequents are caused by the mind (if caused by it at all) by a volition prior to those sequents. If I will to walk, I cause the motion ..."

2. A Treatise on the Law of Domicil, National, Quasi-national, and Municipal by Michael William Jacobs (1887)
"Bruce and its sequents. — The first of these cases, Bruce v. Bruce,1 came up on appeal from Scotland in 1790, and was argued at the bar of the House of ..."

3. A Complete Treatise on Midwifery: Or, the Theory and Practice of Tokology by Alfred Velpeau, Charles Delucena Meigs, William Byrd Page (1852)
"THE sequents OF LABOR. THE escape, or extraction of the placenta completes the labor, but there are certain attentions which still belong to the child and ..."

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