Definition: report; record (in chronological order)
Definition: report; record (in chronological order)
Sentences Containing 'chronicle'
"I advertised for him in last Saturday's Chronicle," said she.
The events of the time are narrated in a chronicle by Flodoard, who was close to Artald.
The battle is not mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and it has been speculated that this is because Wessex was defeated.
Kelefa Sanneh of "The New York Times" described it as a "glorious chronicle of romantic misery".
Costa hires AV-student Dax to chronicle the night's events.
The stories were originally published in the "News Chronicle" under the pseudonym of “Flying Officer X”.
Unless otherwise stated, the following list is based on the records of the "Chronicle of Edessa" (to c.540) and the "Chronicle of Zuqnin".
It was formally described a year later by John Lindley in "The Gardeners' Chronicle".
Critics such as Bobby Hankinson of the "Houston Chronicle" appreciated the episode's early "Glee" aesthetic.
In 1968, he began contributing editorial cartoons to the "Brown County Chronicle," a weekly newspaper.
He was the editor of "The News-Chronicle's" commentary pages until 1996.
Kandula is a famous war elephant mentioned in the Sinhala chronicle Mahavamsa.
"Chronicle of a Summer" is a landmark in direct cinema history.
However, this myth is just their stories and not recorded in the chronicle.
The Hampshire Chronicle described the play as 'the most powerful production seen in Winchester for many years'.
The production received positive reviews in The Stage and the Hampshire Chronicle.
Clifton Maybank is also mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 1001.
It received recognition on the Houston Chronicle when it was released in April 2012.
The Bychowiec Chronicle presents a legendary version of Erdvilas' life.
Peart wrote "" as a chronicle of his geographical and emotional journey.
Nothing of Bernard himself is known save what little can be gleaned through his "Chronicle".
She wrote a "chronicle" of the experiences of her nuns.
The most important source for this period is the "Nabopolassar Chronicle", which, however, is quite fragmentary for this period.
8); both the "Large" and the "Small Chronicle" contain references to him.
His "magnum opus," written in Latin, is called Chronica Boëmorum (""Chronicle of Bohemians"").
In 1937 the group took on the Glossop Chronicle.
Initially, the High Peak Reporter was absorbed by the Glossop Chronicle, but a few months later was reinstated.
Circulation had begun to fall in the 1970s and by the early 1990s only the Glossop Chronicle retained any buoyancy.
The number of titles was quickly reduced to two - the Tameside Reporter and the Glossop Chronicle.
The Glossop Chronicle office was sold in 2012.
The relevant year (867) of the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicle" says merely: "Knútsdrápa".
Not only do oral historians chronicle history but they also create a means to communicate.
Here he built his reputation and began writing a column, "About books", in the local newspaper, "The Doncaster Chronicle".
According to chronicle sources, Shemyaka was buried in the Church of St.
Maryovo (Maryova) was mentioned in a chronicle in 1495.
The Lvov Chronicle (Russian: Львовская летопись) is a Russian chronicle from the sixteenth century that was originally published in the eighteenth century by Nikolay Lvov, for whom it is named.
The Lvov Chronicle is very similar to the Sofia Second Chronicle and the latter is thought to have been based on the former.
He is best known as Jesse on the HBO series "In Treatment" and as Andrew in the 2012 film "Chronicle".
In 2012, DeHaan starred in the camcorder drama film "Chronicle", and as Cricket in "Lawless" (2012).
The Chronicle of the Kings of Alba appears to say that they overwintered in Scotland.
Already in Pelayo's chronicle the influence of this interpretation, abetted by hindsight, are evident.
Serialised in The Camperdown Chronicle, Melbourne, 1893.
According to Cosmas' chronicle, Slavník was a happy man all his lifetime.
The standard official chronicle at the time was "Maha Yazawin" (The Great Chronicle), the standard chronicle of Toungoo Dynasty that covers from time immemorial to October 1711.
The commission updated the chronicle up to 1854, right after the second war.
The second chronicle in ten volumes was completed in 1869.
The chronicle of Galbert of Bruges attributes his failure to his illegitimate birth.
The local newspapers are: the "Evening Chronicle", "The Journal".
(2010) • “In Praise of Tough Criticism.” "Chronicle of Higher Education."
Cameron then spent eight years with the "News Chronicle".
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affinity - feeling of kinship; similarity; Ex. strong affinity for her; Ex. many affinities between two languages
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clamor - loud continous noise; continuous demand or complaint made by a large number of people; V: make a clamor; express (a demand) continually and loudly; ADJ. clamorous
laceration - torn ragged wound; V. lacerate: tear (the skin as with broken glass); wound
obsolete - outmoded; no longer used
sarcasm - cutting ironic remark; scornful remarks; stinging rebuke; ADJ. sarcastic
dispense - distribute; prepare and give out (medicines); N. dispensation: dispensing; religious system; official exemption from an obligation or a rule