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Succession is the act or process of following in order or sequence.
Governance and politics
- Order of succession, in politics, the ascension to power by one ruler, official, or monarch after the death, resignation, or removal from office of another, usually in a clearly defined order
- Succession of states, in international relations, is the process of recognition and acceptance of a newly created state by other states, based on a perceived historical relationship the new state has with a prior state
- Succession planning, in organizations, identifying and developing individuals to succeed to senior positions in government, business, organizations, etc.
- Apostolic succession, the doctrine, held by some Christian denominations, that bishops are the successors of the original Twelve Apostles, inheriting their spiritual, ecclesiastical and sacramental authority, power, and responsibility
- Succession of property, or inheritance, in law, is the passage of an individual's property to one or more dependents according to a formula set out in law, religion, custom or under the terms of a trust
- Succession (conflict), inheritance when more than one jurisdiction is involved, and there may be a conflict of law
Science and mathematics
- Succession (geology), in geology, a group of rocks or strata that succeed one another in chronological order
- Ecological succession, the series of changes in an ecological community that occur over time after a disturbance. It can be:
- Successor function, a primitive recursive function in mathematics used to define addition
Arts, entertainment, and media
- "Succession" (30 Rock), an episode of 30 Rock
- Succession (TV series), an HBO TV series
- Simultaneity succession, in music, a chord or harmonic progression, or more generally, the simultaneous playing of the pitches in each group within m a series of different groups of pitches
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