What is succeeding?

  • (adj): Coming after or following.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on succeeding:

Pennsylvania House Of Representatives Elections, 2004 - Make-Up of The House - Retirements
... Republican retirements were kept by Republicans, with Jeff Pyle succeeding Jeff Coleman, Kathy Rapp succeeding Jim Lynch, Mark Keller succeeding Allan Egolf, Tom Quigley succeeding ...
William E. Hess
... to the Seventy-first and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1929-January 3, 1937) unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1936 to the Seventy-fifth Congress ... law elected to the Seventy-sixth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1939-January 3, 1949) unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1948 to the Eighty-first Congress elected to the Eighty-second ...
Ibanag Language - Structure - Consonant Addition and Replacement
... replaced by the first consonant of the succeeding word ... However, when the succeeding word starts with a vowel or another "n", the last "n" is not affected ... the pronoun) sometimes, depending also on the dialect, acquires the first consonant of the succeeding word ...
Chou SD Sengokuden Bushin Kirahagane - Characters - Ark - Touha Four Devas (闘覇四天王)
... Kaen no Kiryuu (火炎の輝龍) Kiryuu after succeeding the Armour of Fire ... Hayate no Max (疾風の真紅主) Max after succeeding the Armour of Wind ... Mitsurin no Rose (密林の鷺主) Rose after succeeding the Armour of the Forest ...

More definitions of "succeeding":

  • (adj): (of elected officers) elected but not yet serving.
    Synonyms: future, next

Famous quotes containing the word succeeding:

    For the time of towns is tolled from the world by funereal chimes, but in nature the universal hours are counted by succeeding tribes of animals and plants, and by growth of joy on joy.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Men insist that they don’t mind women succeeding so long as they retain their “femininity”. Yet the qualities that men consider “feminine”Mtimidity, submissiveness, obedience, silliness, and self-debasement—are the very qualities best guaranteed to assure the defeat of even the most gifted aspirant.
    Elizabeth Gould Davis (b. 1910)

    We may consider each generation as a distinct nation, with a right, by the will of its majority, to bind themselves, but none to bind the succeeding generation, more than the inhabitants of another country.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)