The sequence of events pattern has a number of uses: it can
be used to outline the steps in a process, to lay out a chronology,
to describe events leading to a specific outcome.
Making chinaware involves a process which begins with the shaping
of articles from a dough-like mixture known as "pug-mill."
The articles are then fired in the kilns, dropped in glaze ("slip")
and again fired at a temperature of 1200 degrees Celsius. Finally
the china is checked, decorated or painted, and given a last
firing to set the trimmings.