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continuum

[kəntin′yo̅o̅·əm] pl. continua
1 a continuous series or whole.
2 (in mathematics) a system of real numbers.

continuum

(botany) vegetation which grades from one type to another with no clear-cut ending or beginning of one and the next.
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