A successor can refer to

  • Someone who, or something which succeeds or comes after (see success and succession)
  • Successor (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse
  • Successor class submarine, a proposed replacement for the UK's Trident carrying Vanguard class submarines.

In history:

  • The Diadochi, or Successors to Alexander the Great

In mathematics:

  • A successor cardinal
  • A successor ordinal
  • A successor function
  • A successor (graph theory), a node following the current one in a path

In music:

  • Successor (album), an album by Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica

The Successor can refer to:

  • The Successor (movie), a 1996 movie including Laura Girling
  • The Successor (show), a 2006 Israeli television program
  • The Successor (Kadare), a 2003 novel by Ismail Kadare

Other articles related to "successor":

Sandai Sōron - Historical Context
... Sōtō's founder Dōgen named Koun Ejō as his successor, but Ejō did not name a definite successor ... Gikai's successor Keizan became the most famous figure of Sōtō after Dōgen, and by the early modern era, Keizan's version of Sōtō had become the only one practiced in Japan ...
Shah Niyaz Ahmad - Khalifa (Caliphs)
... His eldest son Nizamuddin Hussain was his premier khalifa and successor ... Hazrat Miskeen Shah's premier Khalifa and successor was Shah Sadiq Jaipuri ... Shah Sadiq's Premier Khalifa and successor was Fazl-e-haq Patodi ...
Super Rescue Solbrain - The Team
... Daiki/Sorubureibā?) Daiki is Ryoma's successor ... (樋口 玲子/ソルジャンヌ, Higuchi Reiko/Sorujannu?) Reiko is Junko's successor ... SolDozer (ソルドーザー, Sorudōzā?) Dozer is Bycle's and Walter's successor ...
Soviet Union National Rugby Union Team - Successor Teams
... The rugby teams of the USSR's successor states have had varying success ... The most successful "successor" rugby team has been Georgia, which competed in the 2003 Rugby World Cup and in the 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the word successor:

    The successor to politics will be propaganda. Propaganda, not in the sense of a message or ideology, but as the impact of the whole technology of the times.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    The name of a successor is like the tolling of my own death-bell!
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)