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    successively


    1. successively occupied by monks, the Papacy, and even


    2. But the power of purchasing, or the goods which can successively be bought with the whole of those money pensions, as they are successively paid, must always be precisely of the same value with those pensions ; as must likewise be the revenue of the different persons to whom they are paid


    3. That revenue, therefore, cannot consist in those metal pieces, of which the amount is so much inferior to its value, but in the power of purchasing, in the goods which can successively be bought with them as they circulate from hand to hand


    4. If, before it came to the person who presents it to the acceptor for payment, it had passed through the hands of several other persons, who had successively advanced to one another the contents of it, either in money or goods, and who, to express that each of them had in his turn received those contents, had all of them in their order indorsed, that is, written their names upon the back of the bill; each indorser becomes in his turn liable to the owner of the bill for those contents, and, if he fails to pay, he becomes too, from that moment, a bankrupt


    5. Those capitals may be greater, in almost any proportion, than the amount of the money which serves as the instrument of their conveyance; the same pieces of money successively serving for many different loans, as well as for many different purchases


    6. And as the same pieces of money can thus serve as the instrument of different loans to three, or, for the same reason, to thirty times their value, so they may likewise successively serve as the instrument of repayment


    7. Before the erection of the Royal African company, there had been three other joint-stock companies successively established, one after another, for the African trade


    8. , It accepts mainstream geological and cosmological estimates for the Earth’s age, like Evolutionism, but posits that the new "kinds" of life forms, which have appeared successively over the planet‘s history, represent instances of God directly intervening to create those new types, supernaturally


    9. Each woman with the condition is desperately and successively trying all the antidotes her friends have recommended


    10. tulated that the speed of light in each super universe is successively higher

















































































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    Synonyms for "successively"

    in turn successively gradually constantly unceasingly perceptibly

    "successively" definitions

    in proper order or sequence