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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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The chronology of early times is a subject that has been much neglected but is now enjoying the attention of some masterly works.
Although I have not had access to the typescript chronology, it would appear from Ragan's comments that it is a working document, listing not only the years in which significant events occur but all the years between 1807 and 1910, and that in at least some of its details it corresponds more closely to the chapters of the published novel than do either the manuscript chronology or the published Chronology: the year of Rosa and Quentin's visit to Sutpen's Hundred, for example, is given as 1909 (Ragan, p.
The erasure of Baldwin follows the chronology from writing to production to distribution.
In many ways the volume addresses a specialist audience, one already aware of the dominant debates of second millennium chronology and at least superficially familiar with the various approaches.
We are now able to make the first assertions as to the age and chronology of the injuries," Professor Andreas Nerlich, who led the study, said.
This detailed chronology has taken years to compile and is designed to let readers 'follow, on a day-by-day basis, the evolution of a singular act of injustice' which quickly gained the attention of Europe and the world.
A final chronology volume rounds up the information, providing articles in chronological order of Internet events which discuss network development, internet advancements, and social impact.
For example, readers may prefer to look at the chronology rather than back to the introduction.
The new history of medicine problematizes the progress and chronology of science and medicine and the importance and far sightedness of individual scientists and physicians.
Box: (ran in SAC edition only) Chronology (see text)
And if there was a single clear principle to be gleaned from the Munich hanging, it was that every Ryman, whatever the vintage, is made to be treated as the contemporary of every other, as chronology bears not the slightest relevance to the systems of similarity and difference that appear in profusion as soon as one begins to juxtapose the paintings.
In this massively documented and closely reasoned work Sturt Manning, of the University of Reading, a well-known proponent of the Mediterranean "high" chronology, attempts to provide an absolute and precise chronological framework for Crete and the southern Aegean during the Early Bronze Age, or "Early Minoan" era, integrating the archaeological evidence with statistical analyses of the available radiocarbon and thermoluminescence dates.