chronological

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  • The film was shot in chronological order over a period of nine months.
  • It is completely unknown what chronological order they may have been done in.
  • Paul performed his eight solo albums in chronological order over four shows.
  • Many questions draw on knowledge of more than one chronological period or theme.
  • Tracks are in chronological order, source listed only on first from each release.
  • Each book is not in chronological order and it was written for no one but himself.
  • In such cases events are given in chronological order between known dates.
  • Though each deal with a specific theme, they are also told in a chronological order.
  • His score then did not fit the film or did not make chronological sense in the film.
  • Tracks are included in chronological order by album, except the last track.
  • Each book has a fairly self-contained story, although they are still chronological and connected.
  • Also, the tracks were re-arranged to better follow their chronological order in the film.
  • The books can be read in the order in which they were originally written or in chronological order.
  • The most successful singles of the band were presented in a non-chronological order.
  • It is followed by the names of those who died in the war, in chronological order.
  • He did not write his history in chronological sequence, nor did he live to complete it.
  • His recorded music includes, in chronological order of composition: along with many other works.
  • The episodes are released in the same chronological order as they were originally broadcast.
  • When they have been, they have not necessarily been published in chronological order.
  • The list is in chronological order of the single's original release.
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Meaning of chronological

  • adjective Relating to or arranged according to temporal order
    chronological age