Similar words: technology, chronic, theology, biology, apology, geology, etiology, ideology. Meaning: [krə'nɒlədʒɪ] n. 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.
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1, I'm not sure of the chronology of events.
2, It is important to establish the chronology of the events.
3, She gave him a factual account of the chronology of her brief liaison.
4, The book includes a chronology of his life and works.
5, Historians seem to have confused the chronology of these events.
6, He would ignore chronology for the sake of truth.
7, Chronology could deliver only a partial answer.
8, A feeling for chronology, gradually acquired, should help to dispel confusion.
9, Most discussions of the chronology of specific artefacts, or artefact-types, of the period are couched in predictably vague terms.
10, The chronology of events in this instance is particularly instructive.
11, The resulting chronology should then enable one to date particular instruments according to the presence of certain features.
12, Through past study a broadly accepted relative chronology for Beaker pottery had been developed.
13, An independent chronology for these reconstructions is essential and this is provided by radiocarbon-dating of organic material preserved in the sediments.
14, If they carry on confounding chronology in this mendacious manner,[http://sentencedict.com/chronology.html] they are likely to hit 30 as I reach 60.
15, The author abandons the conventions of linear narrative and normal chronology.
16, The second part of Duffy's book is a detailed chronology of the Reformation.
17, Oral history can be a means of helping pupils to build up a meaningful framework of chronology for the last 80 years.
18, Learning activities have been designed to develop core skills such as analysing sources, recording evidence, and understanding chronology.
19, It was not uncommon for critics at this time to be engaged in character study and reconstructions of plot and chronology.
20, The civil zone still poses many difficult problems of chronology in the framework of what is known of the historical narrative.
21, The date of these events can be inferred only by the episcopal chronology of the bishops of the eastern Angles.
22, Computer-assisted studies of style have often attempted to settle questions of chronology in the work of authors whose works are undated.
23, The third main contribution of coins to the study of portraits is to their chronology.
24, I should like to pay tribute to the care with which the justices record the family history and the chronology.
25, It is important to stress, therefore, that there is no absolute, only a relative, chronology for the period.
26, At the same time, although he was mistaken about the chronology, his account of Theuderic's expedition was extremely vivid.
27, He drew new conclusions about the authenticity of the dubious dialogues, and the chronology of the entire corpus.
28, An attempt to give equal coverage to all years would result in a rather useless chronology that provides isolated historical facts.
29, This adds to the impression that we at dealing with a short chronology for all three phase of the glass tell.
30, Now I myself occupy a peculiar cul-de-sac in the boomer chronology.
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