I am looking for the word that expresses the relevancy of an event as it follows the next in a series. But the relevancy is NOT from one event to another (especially no causality); the events follow each other in a manner that is chronologically relevant to another situation. All the "synchro" words denote simultaneity (e.g. "synchronicity"). I want to denote sequence.
In a certain order, with regards to time. The term describes how things are related to each other in terms of time.
I thought the two events that I wanted to attend were at the same time, but I later found out they were temporally arranged, which meant that I could attend one and then the other without missing anything.
The organization of the processes was temporally planned and executed which reaped dividends for the departmental production this new year.
Maybe not the exact answers, however based on the question, I think such events can be described as time-ordered, time-related or order-related events.
The correct word I was looking for is "synchronicity" but in the meaning intended by Carl Jung rather than the Webster definition... The meanings are quite different: Jung's meaning applies to events that appear to be related but without any temporal, nor any cause and effect relationships; Webster's definition focuses on the temporal (i.e. simultaneity). Oh well, the wonders of language. What a great site. Now I have something to go to when baffled. Thank you for the input!