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Apart from his suburban trip to Putney, we find the diarist chronicling journeys to and from Portsmouth.
THE PORTSMOUTH ROAD AND ITS TRIBUTARIESCHARLES G. HARPER
The reports came to Peter every hour, although there was, indeed, nothing worth chronicling.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
There are a number of local histories chronicling the growth of particular regions in Virginia.
VIRGINIA UNDER CHARLES I AND CROMWELL, 1625-1660WILCOMB E. WASHBURN
I believe that there are tablets erected at the University of Pennsylvania chronicling our priority.
EDUCATION: HOW OLD THE NEWJAMES J. WALSH
Long before Rheims and the meeting there, aviation had grown too big for the chronicling of every individual effort.
A HISTORY OF AERONAUTICSE. CHARLES VIVIAN
Another discovery worth chronicling was made by Arago in 1827.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 3VARIOUS
A quaintly carved clock paused in its measure of time, its hands chronicling the minute of interruption.
BEN BLAIRWILL LILLIBRIDGE
All protest meetings were cancelled on August 1st, and the Press restricted itself to chronicling rumours and events.
WHAT GERMANY THINKSTHOMAS F. A. SMITH
The monks were engaged in chronicling the inroads of the pagans, or writing chronologies of the Roman Empire.
FIELD AND HEDGEROWRICHARD JEFFERIES
Neither the long life nor the short one provided any events which demand chronicling here.
A HISTORY OF NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE (1780-1895)GEORGE SAINTSBURY

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