annalist


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annalist

a writer of historical records: He writes annals of war.
Not to be confused with:
analyst – one who analyzes: He’s a CIA analyst.

an·nal·ist

 (ăn′ə-lĭst)
n.
One who writes annals; a chronicler.

an•nal•ist

(ˈæn l ɪst)

n.
a writer of annals; historian.
[1605–15; annal (s) + -ist]
an`nal•is′tic, adj.
an`nal•is′ti•cal•ly, adv.

annalist

one who chronicles yearly events; a writer of annals.
See also: History
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.annalist - a historian who writes annals
historian, historiographer - a person who is an authority on history and who studies it and writes about it
Translations

annalist

[ˈænəlɪst] Nanalista mf, cronista mf

annalist

nChronist(in) m(f), → Geschichtsschreiber(in) m(f)
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Moreover, he was a sad, grave, serious child, who studied ardently, and learned quickly; he never uttered a loud cry in recreation hour, mixed but little in the bacchanals of the Rue du Fouarre, did not know what it was to dare alapas et capillos laniare , and had cut no figure in that revolt of 1463, which the annalists register gravely, under the title of "The sixth trouble of the University." He seldom rallied the poor students of Montaigu on the cappettes from which they derived their name, or the bursars of the college of Dormans on their shaved tonsure, and their surtout parti-colored of bluish-green, blue, and violet cloth, azurini coloris et bruni , as says the charter of the Cardinal des Quatre-Couronnes.
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The medieval chroniclers were mostly mere annalists, brief mechanical recorders of external events, and the few more philosophic historians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries do not attain the first rank.
They furthermore shed light on Mullock as the first professional annalist of the Catholic Church in Newfoundland and a general historian of the island whose methodology was fundamentally shaped by nineteenth-century British historiography.
Freud considers fundamental the experience of empathy for therapeutic work, and nevertheless, in his work, the word reveals a more cognitive then affective meaning, referring to the annalist's cognitive capacity to put him or herself in the patient's place, in an unsymmetrical relationship that keeps the doctor's authority.
Equal parts cultural observer and annalist, he came to prominence in the early 1990s for his snapshot depictions of ravers in London and Berlin that were published in off-kilter fashion magazines like i-D and Index.
But he also adds that if people voluntarily wish to make an offering that is quite fine: ni maith gan a dtabhairt, note the present tense, the annalist coyly making use of a double negative just so that his willingness to accept does not appear too strident.
In awarding Naipaul the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2001, the Swedish Academy named him "Conrad's heir as the annalist of the destinies of empires in the moral sense: what they do to human beings.
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