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chronological

(krŏn″ō-lŏj′ĭ-kăl) [″ + logos, word, reason]
Occurring in natural sequence according to time.
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Users had long urged Twitter to bring back the chronological timeline after an algorithmic timeline was made the standard on the app in 2016.
While this could just be a coincidence, Harding followed-up the video with a post claiming he is one of the first users in a beta test of the chronological feed.
It is considered to compute a bone age which is comparable to chronological age in children from developed countries of West8 and Middle east9 but great difference exists between the two in children from developing countries such as Iran10 and India.11A couple of studies have been conducted to assess the reliability of Greulich and Pyle Atlas in Pakistani children.
He has used coordination especially the chronological role of the coordination conjunction and' to achieve the desired temporal movement.
RESULTS: The endocrinological disorders were classified as 'advanced bone age', 'delayed bone age' and 'bone age appropriate for chronological age'.
Natural History Museum has links to their website and 10 tutorial videos ranging from the very first plants through how and why fish evolved limbs to traces of Neanderthal DNA in the modern human; heroes: the pioneers of evolutionary theory is a searchable, alphabetical list giving a brief biography and explanation of their importance in evolution; fossil index is an AZ of 900+ plants and creatures in a searchable list; a gazetteer of 100 significant fossil sites--this is in chronological order but is searchable ; glossary; and credits.
CVM method is more predictable than chronological age alone in establishment of appropriate timing and types of orthodontic treatment.
Dr Maiolo follows a chronological approach as it was a chronological phenomenon based on action and reaction and this allows him to show how each step forward affected others.
* Chronological resume: This is the most commonly used resume format.
The estimation of an individual's age consists of the study of osseous and dental characteristics to have a close approximation of a human being's chronological age.
In addition to the chronological age, there are many biological parameters involved in determining the stage at which a given subject is positioned in the growth curve.
estimation of chronological age, may be required [1] The main criteria for forensic age determination in the relevant age group based on odontological examination are tooth eruption and tooth mineralization, both developmental biological features.