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chronological

[kron′əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, chronos + logos, reason
1 arranged in time sequence.
2 pertaining to chronology. Also chronologic.

chronological

(krŏn″ō-lŏj′ĭ-kăl) [″ + logos, word, reason]
Occurring in natural sequence according to time.
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Pollack chooses not to tell Copland's story chronologically.
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From this crisis, the play runs chronologically backward, to reveal how something so wrong started so right.
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ADJ as well as an artist, Rockenschaub wanted this "reload and remix" to "show a selection of works that approach, in a prototypical way, the ideas that form the basis of his oeuvre, and not just chronologically arrange things according to arthistorical considerations.
It is in this spirit that Richard Weston has collated and presented the 106 buildings, ranging chronologically from Mackintosh to Koolhaas, in the present book.
Since none of this material can be developed at any length and since it is presented chronologically rather than topically, readers seeking information on the wide array of subjects broached in this book may be inclined to turn to other reference works.
In the narrative chapters, Noll traces chronologically the development of United States from the colonial years up to the last years of the twentieth century.
In a series of chronologically and topically organized chapters, the author relates the first Spanish approaches to New Mexico and the disastrous (from the perspective of the indigenous peoples of New Mexico) Coronado expedition of 1540-1542.
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The first three discs are arranged chronologically, with liberties taken for smooth musical or thematic transitions.