continuity [kän΄tə no͞o′ə tē, kän΄tənyo͞o′ə tē]
pl. continuities [OFr continuite < L continuitas]
1. the state or quality of being continuous; connectedness; coherence
2. a continuous flow, series, or succession; unbroken, coherent whole
3. continuous duration
4. the detailed script or scenario for a film, radio or TV program, etc. as it actually appears in final form: cf. SHOOTING SCRIPT
5. a series of comments or announcements connecting the parts of a radio or TV program
6. the script or story of a comic strip
7. Film smooth and matching transitions from one shot or sequence to the next

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