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chronological

(krŏn″ō-lŏj′ĭ-kăl) [″ + logos, word, reason]
Occurring in natural sequence according to time.
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Think about including waypoints in your chronology that help provide context to events.
The first justification is based upon the juxtaposition of the two versions of the chronology that we do have, namely the manuscript version and the first published version (see Appendix 1).
Chapter IV ("Vergleich der Zuordnung Asdq 1 = -1573 mit anderen Quellen") presents a discussion of the implications of the proposed chronology for the seasons of the date and barley harvest in Old Babylonian times, for the Assyrian king lists, and "Distanzangaben"; it further discusses the Tell-Muhammad texts and the Mariand Assur-eclipses and presents a comparison with independent archeological, dendrochronological, and (14) C-radiocarbon dating results.
Chronology of terrestrial den use by polar bears in western Hudson Bay as indicated by tree growth anomalies.
The chronology extends many years earlier than the medieval period, during which two major drought events in that region already were known from previous chronologies.
Values from both specimens fell mostly along the curve of the coral chronology, with one exception.
If the two reconstructions pass appropriate statistical tests, calibration is then carried out based on the entire overlap period between the tree-ring and temperature data and these relationships are used to reconstruct values for the entire tree-ring chronology. This allows estimation of the error terms that can be applied to the reconstructions (Cook and Kairiukstis 1990).
Have each pair create its own chronology, using one of the following options.
Andersson proposes a text-based chronology of the development of saga literature.
I agreed to create a chronology including doctors' visits, complaints and recommended treatments, and get it to him by Thursday - in three days.
A Chronology and Calendar of Documents Related to the London Book Trade 1641-1700.
He initially worked on the polymath Joseph Scaliger, whose De emendatione temporum laid the foundation, in 1583, for all subsequent discussion of the chronology of the ancient world.