クロニクル, 年代記, 記録, 記, 史籍, 年次報告, 歳史書き止める
Noun(1) a record or narrative description of past events
Verb(1) record in chronological order; make a historical record
(1) Since these issues comprise an important part of why the political process has been so difficult for Europe over the past two decades, their omission from the book leaves a regrettable gap in the chronicle .(2) Through photographs each family constructs a portrait chronicle of itself - a portable kit of images that bears witness to its connectedness.(3) TV Gallery was not a chronicle of events in the visual field, though it tried to recognize, present and analyze the most contemporary and topical processes in art.(4) He would talk of his major book, said Carpenter, ├ö├ç├┐not as a work of fiction, but as a chronicle of actual events,├ö├ç├û seeing himself not so much its maker as its discoverer and historian.(5) But in some ways, this feels more like a medieval chronicle than a modern history.(6) Coogan wants his book to be a chronicle of remarkable success.(7) Nevertheless, the book is excellent as a chronicle of events.(8) A British historian working in America produced a vast chronicle of the Revolution which argued that its very essence was violence and slaughter.(9) Harvey describes his book as a chronicle of the ├ö├ç├┐rise and fall of the Church of Man├ö├ç├û.(10) Her book is a compelling chronicle of her struggles immediately following the accident, throughout the acute recovery phase, and into the early stages of rehabilitation.(11) It is true that war reporting has speeded up since AD 106, the year that Trajan commissioned the column offering a picture chronicle of his Romanian campaign.(12) I felt I couldn't write a second chronicle of events, that only fiction could communicate what was happening to the city and its inhabitants.(13) This book is a chronicle of that period of history.(14) The transition is short, alerting the reader that the news report is shifting to storytelling form and indicating the sources for the chronicle to come.(15) The programme is a valuable chronicle of television history, which asks challenging questions of both the audience and the television industry.(16) He also wrote the Historia Anglorum, a chronicle from 1066 to 1253, and two shorter histories, the Abbreviatio chronicorum and the Flores historiarum.
1. record ::
2. written account ::
3. history ::
4. annals ::
6. log ::
7. diary ::
8. journal ::
9. record ::
10. put on record ::
11. write down ::
13. document ::
14. register ::
15. report ::
Different Formschronicle, chronicled, chronicles, chronicling
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