chronological record

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Noun1.chronological record - a chronological account of events in successive years
account, chronicle, history, story - a record or narrative description of past events; "a history of France"; "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"; "the story of exposure to lead"
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As a result, the CRISPR locus of the bacterial genome accumulates a chronological record of the bacterial viruses that it and its ancestors have survived.
During fetal and childhood development, a new tooth layer is formed every week or so, leaving an "imprint" of the micro chemical composition from each unique layer, which provides a chronological record of exposure.
When issues arise with MC4 systems, the BCTs often return to the comfort of paper-based systems like Standard Form 600, Chronological Record of Medical Care, for patient documentation or Department of the Army Form 3161, Request for Issue or Turn-in, to order class VIII (medical materiel).
With the recent publication of the final two volumes of Woolf's collected and uncollected essays, reviews and occasional pieces, we at last have an indispensable chronological record of what and when Woolf thought what she did about art, about politics, about human character.
His aim in writing the Directory is 'to paint a clear picture of Iranian cinema and its development from its formation to the present day, presenting not only a chronological record of movements and specific genres and trends, but also one which .
his-to-ry: a chronological record of significant events
Now in a newly updated and expanded third edition, "The United States Chess Championship 1845-2011" offers a detailed chronological record of championship matches beginning with the first matches played out in 1845 to matches concluded in 2011.
The first part of the book ('Kente the playwright') is a valuable chronological record of the plays, with brief plot synopses, compiled mainly from newspaper reviews, but supplemented by contributions from some of the surviving performers.
It will also maintain an chronological record of the applications.
For this reason religion or adet is explained as the reflection of the community's chronological record that would serve as an indicator of ethnic classification.
And for many, who cannot bring themselves to delete even the most trivial email, their inbox has become a personal filing system, an email address repository and an essential chronological record of their transactions.
Although Goff does not lift her head often enough from the chronological record to notice, her study helps to qualify the recent work of Mark S.