seriatim

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se·ri·a·tim

 (sîr′ē-ā′tĭm, -ăt′ĭm)
adv.
One after another; in a series.

[Medieval Latin seriātim, from Latin seriēs, series; see series.]

seriatim

(ˌsɪərɪˈætɪm; ˌsɛr-)
adv
in a series; one after another in regular order
[C17: from Medieval Latin, from Latin seriēs series]

se•ri•a•tim

(ˌsɪər iˈeɪ tɪm, -ˈɑ tɪm, ˌsɛr-)

adv., adj.
in a series; one after another.
[1670–80; < Medieval Latin seriātim <seriāt(us) arranged in order]
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Adv.1.seriatim - in a series; one after another
Translations

seriatim

[ˌsɪərɪˈeɪtɪm] ADV (frm) → en serie

seriatim

adv (form)der Reihe nach
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First, in 1804 Justice Chase delivered a one-sentence seriatim opinion concurring in the judgment in Head & Amory v Providence Insurance Co.
13) In many cases, there were no official statements of the Court's reasoning at all, (14) and, where we do have seriatim opinions, they represent each Justice's comments on the case--usually brief ones, as far as we can tell.
The English judiciary has a tradition of seriatim opinions to decide a case in which each judge offers his or her own opinion.