inconsecutive

Related to inconsecutive: nonconsecutive

inconsecutive

(ˌɪnkənˈsɛkjʊtɪv)
adj
not consecutive; not in sequence
ˌinconˈsecutively adv
ˌinconˈsecutiveness n
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We were inconsecutive, illogical, and inconsequential.
At times came robbers and thieves, at times came diseases among the beasts and shortness of food, once the country was worried by a pack of boar-hounds he helped to kill; he went through many inconsecutive, irrelevant adventures.
The University of Delaware is a four-year school where the average student takes approximately four and a half inconsecutive years to complete, graduating between the ages of 24 and 26.
Additionally, the weight change would be better consecutive for different flight states and mission requirements, since inconsecutive weight change will cause the saltation of flight states.
Additionally, from HPV infection via CIN to cervical cancer, relevant researches of the dynamic pathogenesis are inconsecutive. Moreover, it is recognized that methylation regulation is reversible, which is the unique advantage of therapy; only by enabling the reversibility controllable can we make full use of the characteristic.
The patients were inconsecutive and the sample size was small; therefore, some of the values only reached borderline significance.
Motivated by this case, the question we seek to answer in this paper is whether a few inconsecutive key skeleton poses are enough to perform action recognition.
It uses inconsecutive integers as ranks to reflect the relative performance of each individual in a population.
For each ovary, we randomly chose five inconsecutive slides for staining, and the antral follicles were evaluated.
For the comprehensive evaluation of our method, we compare the performances of the following approaches: 1) MIH [7], the standard multi-index hashing method; 2) DDMIH [11], data driven multi-index hashing method by separating the correlated bits into different inconsecutive segments; 3) DOMIH, our method proposed in this paper.
Lubezki patiently and lovingly evokes midtwentieth century suburban Texas (at least for white, middle-class viewers), and yet Malick's trademark style of editing--specifically, its inconsecutive images, lack of predictable narrative, and overlay of whispering voices--prevents the coalescence of these images into a claimed ownership of some hoped-for past.
(ii) The flow transferred between two inconsecutive stages must be prevented.