Adjective(1) relating to or arranged according to temporal order
(1) When two cultures base their interaction on yet a third, an important connection is established that transcends geographical, national, and chronological boundaries.(2) In chronological terms, Paviland is early in the European series of burials and is actually the earliest with a firm radiocarbon date measured directly on human bone.(3) Moore's approach is chronological with interpretation of important events and personalities based upon her study of the Zambelli records.(4) Phylogenetic resolution and chronological dating of speciation events in Lycopersicon has proved difficult.(5) Nearly 90 paintings and drawings are displayed in 11 rooms, organised thematically within a loosely chronological sequence.(6) Then also, by the same reasoning, it cannot impose the death penalty upon an adult (by chronological age) with a mental capacity similar to that of that same 7-year-old.(7) Prior to that date no chronological diary appears to have been written of the decisions (of all kinds, both economic and strictly religious) taken by the Society.(8) Both plants are the same chronological age and were grown in parallel under the same environmental conditions.(9) By adopting relatively broad geographical and chronological frameworks, Dyer's book raises a number of issues that beg for further study.(10) How they felt, and coped, and suffered and celebrated is what I always want to know, not just a chronological outline of events.(11) The records are lovingly arranged in his home in chronological order.(12) The chapters, which followed a chronological order, were basically chapters on the history of politics and ideas.(13) The writer's intention is that, filled with chronological accounts of important events, his work should persist till universal dissolution.(14) Furthermore, a mostly chronological account, while sensible, sometimes works against dramatic storytelling.(15) Its treatment of political events is chronological and quite detailed.(16) We need to bring an antiquated world into real time. We need to bury much of the chronological past that really is no more than a celebration of mayhem.
(1) chronological order :: chronologische Reihenfolge
1. sequential ::
2. consecutive ::
3. in sequence ::
der Reihe nach
Different Formschronological, chronologically
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