1. a record or narrative description of past events;
1. record in chronological order; make a historical record
Columbus kept a careful and detailed chronicle of his voyages.
Nothin but a piteous lowercase $ 500 justness in a chronicle shelter policy.
On its stomach are cast the Diamond Sutra and the county chronicle of Cangzhou.
It's long, and well summarized in the Chronicle article, so you don't have to read this.
Every mouldering stone was a chronicle.
Sara Ball is a science writer intern at the Cornell Chronicle.
As it happens, the Chronicle report was a little overwrought.
The Chronicle Almanac shows that new assistant professors in foreign language earned 48,000 dollars last year.
We looked in the almanac published by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
A recent report in the The Chronicle of Higher Education described such businesses.
Number of quantums skipped for chronicle rule firings.
James's Chronicle wrote contemptuously of " a foolish, obstinate, and unrelenting King. "
Either subscription rules or event chronicle rules must be enabled in a quantum.
It is a bittersweet chronicle that is at a time sincere , ambitious and courageous.
The former face of the Grizzlies responded to criticism of his acquisition in the Houston Chronicle.
It's an indispensable phase for the evolution of chronicle during the Southern Dynasty.
Perhaps the first to chronicle this dream was the Greek satirist Lucian.
Many of his writings chronicle the sexual and marital habits in the American suburbs.
This webpage is a chronicle of that process, artifacts of her strange life.
The year 1877 is an important one in the chronicle of Tschaikovsky's life.
A recent report in the The Chronicle of higher education Higher Education described such businesses.
The lecture replied the head proctor, Nanjing Normal University professor the local chronicle armed forces said.
I heard the sad chronicle of his accidents.
Hence, a persistent sense of nostalgia exists all through Nan's local chronicle of art.
Roger Rabbit: My exclusive chronicle is to attain grouping laugh.
Her latest novel is a chronicle of life in a Devon village.
Before the Chronicle I used to take the Guardian.
There is relatively little information about chronicle, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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