Series

series (singular/plural) may refer to anything of a serial form:

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801 T.T.S. Airbats
... which was later adapted into a seven episode anime series, produced by Studio Fantasia and Victor Entertainment ... The series was released in Japan on Laser Disc as a series of OVA episodes between 1994 and 1996, and was licensed for English language distribution by ADV Films ... The series had aired on TVB in Hong Kong on April 9, 1996 ...
Star Trek: The Original Series - Production
... His contributions to the series were honored in the name of the "Jefferies tube", an equipment shaft depicted in various Star Trek series ... Later into the series, he helped to create various memorable aliens, such as the Gorn and the Horta ...
Star Trek: The Original Series - Home Video Release
... Episodes of the Original Series were among the first television series to be released on the VHS and laserdisc formats in North America in the 1980s, with all episodes eventually being released on both formats ... In the early 2000s, Paramount Home Video reissued the series to DVD in a series of three deluxe season boxes with added featurettes and documentaries ... that they would release the Original Series on Blu-ray ...
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
... to ST DS9 or DS9) is a science fiction television series set in the Star Trek universe ... it took place on a space station instead of a starship, so as not to have two series with starships at the same time (the starship USS Defiant was introduced ... The series depended on darker themes, less physical exploration of space, and (in later seasons) an emphasis on many aspects of war ...
Fractional Taylor Series
... of fractional calculus, a natural question arises about what the Taylor Series expansion would be ... as we approach from the right, the fractional Taylor series can be written as ...

Famous quotes containing the word series:

    Every man sees in his relatives, and especially in his cousins, a series of grotesque caricatures of himself.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    Galileo, with an operaglass, discovered a more splendid series of celestial phenomena than anyone since.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The woman’s world ... is shown as a series of limited spaces, with the woman struggling to get free of them. The struggle is what the film is about; what is struggled against is the limited space itself. Consequently, to make its point, the film has to deny itself and suggest it was the struggle that was wrong, not the space.
    Jeanine Basinger (b. 1936)