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time·line

 (tīm′līn′)
n.
1. A schedule of activities or events; a timetable.
2.
a. A chronology.
b. A representation or exhibit of key events within a particular historical period, often consisting of illustrative visual material accompanied by written commentary, arranged chronologically.

timeline

(ˈtaɪmˌlaɪn)
n
1. a graphic representation showing the passage of time as a line
2. a time frame during which something is scheduled to happen
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.timeline - a sequence of related events arranged in chronological order and displayed along a line (usually drawn left to right or top to bottom)
chronology - a record of events in the order of their occurrence
Translations
Zeitstreifen
ajatelg

timeline

time line [ˈtaɪmlaɪn] n
(= time frame) → calendrier m
(= historical diagram) → ligne f du temps, ligne f des temps
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'If the timelines are not followed, I will have no other option but to take stern action against all individuals for their failure to meet the timeline,' he said presiding over a meeting on BRT and City Management Plan for Peshawar at his office at Chief Minister Secretariat Peshawar.
Before the button, users had to go to their Settings to switch between the two types of timelines.
Twitter has refused to bring back chronological timelines for a long time, but now it looks like the company has changed its mind.
This is why trial lawyers use timelines. Every case, regardless of the type of litigation or its value, can benefit from a well-designed timeline.
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Timelines is ambitious in its scope, covering world history from 1 0,000bc to the end of the twentieth century.
Instagram announced that it plans to change the way users' timelines look by ordering posts using an algorithm rather than simply displaying the photos in reverse chronological order.
This colorful book chronicles fourteen hundred years of Muslim history and civilization in linear timelines, supported by maps, charts, photographs, and lavish illustration.
Information for research includes photos, timelines and fact boxes with a more-to-read section, index and glossary.
Summary: Three distinct timelines are shaping developments in the Middle East: the short-term timeline of daily struggles and politics; the medium-term timeline of geopolitical shifts, which is measured in decades; and the long-term timeline of sociocultural transformation, or what the historian Fernand Braudel called the longue duree.