sequitur
noun Etymology: Latin, it follows, 3d person singular present indicative of sequi to follow — more at sue Date: 1836 the conclusion of an inference ; consequence

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  • Sequitur — ist ein Algorithmus zur verlustfreien Datenkompression, welcher in der Arbeit “Identifying hierarchical structure in sequences: A linear time algorithm“ von Craig Nevill Manning und Ian Witten von der Universität von Waikato, Neuseeland im Jahr… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sequitur — It follows. (See et sequitur.) Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations …   Law dictionary

  • Sequĭtur — (lat.), es folgt, es ergibt sich …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sequĭtur — (lat.), es folgt, es ergibt sich …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • sequitur — Latin, lit. “it follows.” …   Etymology dictionary

  • sequitur — noun A logical conclusion or consequence of facts. Ant: non sequitur …   Wiktionary

  • sequitur — See et sequitur …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • sequitur — Synonyms and related words: PS, Parthian shot, addendum, afterthought, appendix, back matter, chorus, coda, codicil, colophon, conclusion, consequence, continuance, continuation, deduction, double take, dying words, envoi, epilogue, follow… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • sequitur — n. conclusion of a speculation, conclusion obtained through logic; logical outcome or conclusion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sequitur —    (it) follows ; natural or logical consequence or deduction …   Dictionary of difficult words

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