the following (one).
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Origin of seq.
From the Latin word sequēns
Words nearby seq.
, seq. luce
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How to use seq. in a sentence
Basiliscus, rebellion against Zeno, 71 et seq.; bad generalship of, 98.
Jews, 259 et seq,; protected and indemnified by Theodoric, 261.
A note on the sources of the 8th novel of the 5th day of the Decameron, in Romania, xxix , p. 85 et seq.
Una novella boccaccesca in azione nel secolo xv, p. 419 et seq.
British Dictionary definitions for seq.
Word Origin for seq.
Latin: the following (one)
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