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 (krŏn′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, krō′nə-) also chron·o·log·ic (-lŏj′ĭk)
1. Arranged in order of time of occurrence.
2. Relating to or in accordance with chronology.

chron′o·log′i·cal·ly adv.
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Attendees weren't afraid to look chronologic aging squarely in the eyes.
This easy to read book is arranged in a logical chronologic order, and traces the complexity of newer antimicrobial drug classes and their related policy issues.
The Journal of Neuroscience reveals a significant difference between the brains of "normal" 80-year-olds and those of so-called "SuperAgers" of the same chronologic age.
Further, the chronologic distinctions between Mao-era and post-Mao era CCP policies are made clear throughout this second edition.
See Alfred Durr, Zur Chronologic der Leipziger Vokahoerke J.
chronologic age, sex and genetic makeup) cannot be modified, the adverse effects caused by extrinsic factors such as UV radiation and smoking can be prevented or minimized by lifestyle modification.
Even if disjointed and unconnected, all the initiatives were presented as a coherent and chronologic corpus of ideas mundacistas.
Because of the potential for interpatient aging differences, gynecologists must assess each patient; chronologic age and biologic age can differ significantly (Semin.
Chemo for breast cancer increases molecular age by about 15 years equivalent of chronologic aging; that's a lot," Sharpless said.
The historical and cultural proximity of Turkey and Egypt, the representation of political Islam in the governance of both the countries, the similar processes of replacing the periphery with the core as the new elite of the country and the chronologic closeness of a failed coup plot in Turkey on the sidelines of the Gezi Park events to a successful coup in Egypt force Turkish politicians to take a clearer stance against the military intervention in Egypt.
LOS ANGELES--If you look old for your chronologic age, chances are your coronary arteries are undergoing accelerated biologic aging, too, judging from findings from the landmark Copenhagen City Heart Study.
Guidelines from the International Society of Geriatric Oncology (SIOG) state that decisions on the management of advanced prostate cancer should be based on an assessment of underlying fitness and not on the chronologic age of the patient.