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necrology

 [nĕ-krol´o-je, ne-krol´o-je]
statistics or records of death. adj., adj necrolog´ic.

ne·crol·o·gy

(nĕ-krol'ŏ-jē),
The science of the collection, classification, and interpretation of mortality statistics.
[necro- + G. logos, study]

necrology

/ne·crol·o·gy/ (nĕ-krol´ah-je) statistics or records of death.necrolog´ic

necrology (necrol)

[nekrol′əjē]
Etymology: Gk, nekros, dead, logos, science
the study of the causes of death, including the compilation and interpretation of mortality statistics.

necrology

(1) An obituary notice;
(2) A list of deaths.

ne·crol·o·gy

(nĕ-krol'ŏ-jē)
The science of the collection, classification, and interpretation of mortality statistics.
[necro- + G. logos, study]

necrology

statistics or records of death.
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Le plus impressionnant est la maitrise des sources: constitutions, chapitres generaux, correspondance, annales, necrologies, tout a ete scrute.
Nevertheless music flourished in the convents, and Monson suggests that current scholars who seek to identify representatives of a family's musical tradition would do well to consult the biographies of nuns collected in convent necrologies.
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Necrologies is a collection of 60 obituaries of "writers, historians, artists, broadcasters, political activists, cultural mandarins, educationalists and cranks" which holds up a mirror to cultural life.
Sans recourir explicitement aux concepts d'identite, de regulation sociale et d'autorite culturelle, l'autre article en langue francaise du numero, celui de Lucia Ferretti et Chantal Bourassa, analyse les vocations religieuses chez les soeurs dominicaines de Trois-Rivieres a travers un corpus constitue de necrologies et d'entrevues.
In his chapter on demography, the author discerns the changing social structure of T'ai-ho's elite group from family data on 508 individuals that he has extracted from necrologies and from the collected writings of local scholars.
66) Several Acadian sisters in the Congregation de Notre Dame mentioned their families' role in the Deportation with equal pride when they told their life stories to the sisters who wrote the necrologies.
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