Noun(1) an arrangement of events in time(2) a record of events in the order of their occurrence(3) the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events
(1) Included in both the Ford and Cukor volumes are a chronology , a filmography, an index, and a photo gallery.(2) The single column format - much like the weblog format - highlights chronology , promotes the idea that the material is novel, cutting-edge, breaking news.(3) There is a detailed chronology and an excellent index.(4) The author has added maps, a chronology , subject index, list of further reading and, under an appendix labelled ├ö├ç├┐Politics├ö├ç├û a list of heads of state and governments since 1918.(5) Perhaps if I can hand up to your Honour a chronology that I prepared in the matter and also an amended draft order nisi.(6) Certainly in this movie there's a lot of skewed structure and chronology , but to me I came about it organically, I think; I think it makes sense in the telling of the story.(7) This chronology of events is well researched and laced with chilling quotes from these ├ö├ç├┐freedom fighters├ö├ç├û and their leaders.(8) The book follows a calendrical sequence, each poem dated and grouped by month, so that the events of a hundred years follow a seasonal ebb and flow, not chronology .(9) The 2001 recession will be the first in history whose causes and chronology were debated even before the downturn began.(10) It has a comprehensive bibliography, index and a chronology of the period.(11) There is also a detailed chronology , family trees, maps and a list of contents.(12) A chronology of major events (broken down by year, and not further by month or date) and a subject guide follow the introduction.(13) To its followers, heritage offered a free ticket into a past liberated from the schoolmasterly disciplines of chronology , narrative, and moral judgment.(14) Just how that could be done in a vacuum, with pupils ignorant of historical events or chronology , was not explained.(15) A relatively clear chronology has been established for a significant portion of his oeuvre.(16) All his novels take liberties with actual historical events and chronology but ├ö├ç├┐the wider epoch is basically recorded in the spirit of the times and in the mood generally├ö├ç├û.
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