chronology[ kruh-nol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chronology
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHRONOLOGY
Similar disasters have always been epochs in the chronology of Boston.
In the prefaces Harrison speaks of a work on Chronology, "which I have yet in hand."
It is true that we cannot give our chronology any accurate expression in years.
Again the chronology of the letters has been somewhat disregarded.
“Convalescents are often rather hazy about their chronology,” said the doctor.
There may be some difference as to chronology, none as to fact.
But these were two whom topography and chronology would have brought to a close.
But where shall we find a basis, on which to rest their Chronology?
By a defiance of chronology Crowl had them on to-day, and they seemed to accentuate the simile.
Some steps should surely be taken to confuse the weather clerk's chronology.