asequence

a·se·quence

(ă-sē'kwens),
Lack of normal sequence, specifically, between atrial and ventricular contractions.

asequence

An obsolete term for a loss of a normal sequence of events—i.e., dyssynchrony, arrhythmia. When used in the context of an atrioventricular loss of sequence, the equivalnet terms are atrioventricular dissociation or atrioventricular block.
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v [greater than or equal to] 0] is asequence of real polynomials with deg([[phi].
Asequence like that gives the chance to get some cohesion into our play, training will be good and hopefully we can put a rather unsettling few weeks behind us with a few good results - where better to start, then, than Stoke?
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