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chronological

(krŏn″ō-lŏj′ĭ-kăl) [″ + logos, word, reason]
Occurring in natural sequence according to time.
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That variability in health may be better captured by biologic age than chronologic age,aACA[yen] Kresovich said.
As chronologic age is not a valid predictor of skeletal maturation phases, skeletal maturation derived from radiographic analysis is a commonly used prediction method to estimate growth velocity and the proportion of remaining growth (7, 8).
A recent study by Beit et al23 concluded that assessment of age-dependent changes in the cervical spine offers no advantage over chronologic age, in either assessing skeletal age or predicting the pubertal growth spurt.
Figure 2 demonstrates that before treatment at IAHP, subjects had made about half as much progress as would normally be expected for their chronologic age.
He continues to delineate the limitations of meditation, which requires a focus on objects separately and in themselves, and whose mode is chronologic, "de la sustancia misma de las horas" (1907).
The Journal of Neuroscience reveals a significant difference between the brains of "normal" 80-year-olds and those of so-called "SuperAgers" of the same chronologic age.
But very few are comparable with each other in a sense that will allow a chronologic comparison of the results.
Further, the chronologic distinctions between Mao-era and post-Mao era CCP policies are made clear throughout this second edition.
(See Alfred Durr, Zur Chronologic der Leipziger Vokahoerke J.
Giraffokeryx punjabiensis has been documented from several localities of Siwalik late Middle Miocene (Bhatti 2005) occupying a long geo- chronologic ranges from Western Europe to Indian subcontinent (Bohlin 1926; Bosscha-Erdbrink 1977; Gentry et al.
The subsequent four chapters give a chronologic overview of the variable and at times chaotic landscape of unions, federations, and political parties, mostly in Java.
Even if disjointed and unconnected, all the initiatives were presented as a coherent and chronologic corpus of ideas mundacistas.