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chronology,

n the arrangement of events in a time sequence, usually from the beginning to the end of an event.
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L, 1977, An oak chronology for South Central Scotland, Tree-Ring Bulletin 37: 33-44,
By creating a chronology in the same tool as review, teams save time and reduce risk.
2013) and revised with a combination of Aston's (2012-2013) 'high' critical historical assessment of Eighteenth Dynasty internal chronology and otherwise Schneider's (2010) standard New Kingdom historical chronology, this suggests a 95.
Radiocarbon dates (and in particular calibrated dates) represent, of course, the main advance in chronology studies in the last thirty years, both in quality and amount of information.
Long-lived samples, such as timber, wood and charcoal, establish early limits (terminus past quern) for the dating of the strata, and this can bias the conclusion toward the Low Chronology system.
Quantum effects do not automatically enforce chronology protection in every case.
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Chronology governs the pattern of these articulate stories illustrated the need of humans to make gods out of men with an inevitable fatality as the result.
Faulkner did not have much time for getting to know his characters better between the correction of proofs (lacking the Chronology) in August 1936 and the submission of the Chronology some time before the novel's publication in October.
I am saying that I decided that I would continue to participate in preparing a version of the chronology .