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Sentence count:95+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: accounthistoryjournalnarrativestorySimilar words: chronicsynchronizechronologychronologicalironicallyelectronicelectronicsarticleMeaning: ['krɒnɪkl]  n. a record or narrative description of past events. v. record in chronological order; make a historical record. 
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1 I heard the sad chronicle of his accidents.
2 He has produced a chronicle of his life during the war years.
3 The Chronicle has pretensions to being a serious newspaper.
4 The newly - published chronicle breaks down into eight major parts.
5 Her latest novel is a chronicle of life in a Devon village.
6 "The Chronicle" ran a three-page story on the flood.
7 Our chronicle is representative, but as we said,( incomplete.
8 Chronicle staff writer Stephen Schwartz contributed to this report.
9 Chronicle wire services contributed to this report.
10 Researching this piece online I came across the Chronicle home page that contained a recorded message by Caen.
11 In the minister's opinion Nestor's chronicle was a treasure whose worth should not be questioned.
12 With a few more helpings, I think Team Chronicle could have a shot at a bronze medal in basketball.
13 Loewenthal knew that the San Francisco Chronicle was, in a vague way, on to the same story.
14 As the Old Bailey Chronicle reported, Smith experienced excessive pain when first turned off, but that ceased almost immediately.
15 And there's no way to chronicle the advancement of women without looking at the backward pull of violence.
16 I tried, also, to accompany and chronicle whatever we did together with talk.
17 The Chronicle argues that reporters have a limited constitutional right not to disclose confidential sources.
18 The Chronicle examined in detail 27 cases in Houston and Harris County involving violent or repeat offenders on dual supervision.
19 The book is a social and cultural chronicle of the years that Monet spent at Giverny.
20 A recent Houston Chronicle poll found that two-thirds of Houstonians believed new Latino immigrants strengthened their city.
21 After that, the Old Testament is exclusively a chronicle of the Hebrews.
22 The Sunday Chronicle contained sports reports from its inception in 1885.
23 Nevertheless, neither the Chronicle nor the Historia Brittonum provides an acceptable alternative to the Bedan chronology.
24 They always seem to live somewhere in the north as typified by this quotation from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
25 The poll of 806 registered voters statewide was conducted April 1-3 for the Chronicle and News 2 Houston.
26 Barbarossa's death by drowning as described around 1250 in the Gotha manuscript of the Saxon Chronicle.
27 He wrote the event up for the straights of the San Francisco Chronicle.
28 The showdown between a district attorney and a Houston Chronicle reporter who refuses to reveal her sources moves into federal court Monday.
29 Much of the history of theology in the past two centuries is the chronicle of those bridge-building projects.
30 Photographs and memorabilia that cover the walls and fill several display cases chronicle the foods this area is famous for.
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