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Topic: Chronology

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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchronologychro‧nol‧o‧gy /krəˈnɒlədʒi $ -ˈnɑː-/ noun (plural chronologies)  1 [uncountable]TCM the order in which events happened in the pastchronology of It is important to establish the chronology of the events.2 [countable] an account of events in the order in which they happened The book includes a chronology of his life and works.
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chronologya chronology of events in the BalkansBox sets collect music into greatest hits, anthologies, chronologies, complete collected works, best-of and worst-of packages.If they carry on confounding chronology in this mendacious manner, they are likely to hit 30 as I reach 60.The resulting chronology should then enable one to date particular instruments according to the presence of certain features.This adds to the impression that we at dealing with a short chronology for all three phase of the glass tell.I should like to pay tribute to the care with which the justices record the family history and the chronology.The third main contribution of coins to the study of portraits is to their chronology.