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chronologic

[kron′əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, chronos + logos, reason
1 arranged in time sequence.
2 pertaining to chronology. Also chronological.
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That implies these features are fully accounted for by chronologic age and conventional cardiovascular risk factors.
For this reason, Barthes sees narrative as creating a 'chronological illusion' (1977:99): causality hides behind the seemingly unproblematic chronologic account--what 'happens' in the historical world.
The data model establishes a link between the spatial geologic unit as well as its boundaries (geometry) for a given planetary body, and data on the timing as defined through age measurements and chronologic units (attribute values).
A thorough, chronologic review of these events helps both the therapist and the client identify relapse precipitants.
Boiy has recently argued for the Alexander IV identification: "La chronologic et la reconstruction de I'histoire politique de 350-300 av.
From the macroscopic to microscopic perspective coupled with a chronologic organizational style, the book begins with a detailed review of the geology and tectonic evolution of the overall region, while integrating their new ideas into this anatomy lesson.
Terminology such as "low bone density for chronologic age" may be used if the Z-score is below -2.
The exhibit, arranged in chronologic fashion, traces the waves of migration into the Palmetto State, the varying places Jews settled and the economic niches they filled, as well as their acceptance in civic society.
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It is important for the child to understand the diagnosis to the best of his or her chronologic and cognitive age.
For example, when investigators conduct an interview, they need to analyze the information and place the salient facts, in chronologic order, on a time line for the interview and on a master time line for the case.
Dispense with old resume formulas that list background information in dry, chronologic order and instead tell others exactly what they want to know about you: your administrative, financial, and communication skills.