annal


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annal

(ˈænəl)
n
the recorded events of one year
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Montagne, in Comptes Rendus, etc., Juillet, 1844; and Annal. des Scienc.
In writing his history, Sil'vestr faced a serious structural problem, for his chronicle was an annal ordered by the steady flow of years.
Former head chef, Simon Annal, also claimed he found Siddig "extremely agitated" in the kitchen with two knives.
James Annal, who started as chief executive of Liberty Pipe from August 1, is one of the most prominent and experienced leaders in the global steel industry's pipe sector, having been chief executive of tubular products across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia for ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steel company.
The end of the process was obliquely recorded in a Chalca annal.
On this the IGP said that \'\'martyr never dies, he is alive and present here\'\' and added that the valour and courage demonstrated by your son will go a long way in the annal of history.
Also, Palestine Public TV correspondent, Annal Al-Jada', was shot by rubber-coated bullet during a peaceful protest that was suppressed by Israeli forces, the source added.
Erlenmeyer, Ueber die Condensation Der HippursAure Mit PhtalsAureanhydrid Und Mit Benzaldehyd, Liebigs Annal. 275, 1 (1893).
London has seen a 5.5 per cent annal increase in asking prices, tak-k ing the typical price tag on a property in the capital to PS580,308.
In annal form, Illies walks readers through the the last year before the advent of industrial warfare.