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Synonyms for annals

Synonyms for annals

a chronological record of past events

Synonyms for annals

reports of the work of a society or learned body etc

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a chronological account of events in successive years

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Their efforts have enriched the culture of local annals and helped enhance the nation's soft power.
The author traces the origins of the Annals of the Four Masters to a letter written by Patrick Fleming in Rome to Hugh Ward in Louvain in 1624 stating the need for a secular history of the kingdom of Ireland to complement the hagiographical project already undertaken, a project that would also bring Ireland into line with other nations.
It's clear that the scribes of the Irish annals were diligent reporters of severe cold weather, most probably because of the negative impacts this had on society and the biosphere,' Ludlow said.
Laine was named the journal's new editor during the annual meeting of the organization that publishes Annals of Internal Medicine (AIM), the American College of Physicians.
In addition to volumes VI-X of the Annals, four occasional papers were published during this period.
One of the features of a seeding trial," said Annals editor Harold Sox in an e-mail interview, "is that its scientific value to society at large is low relative to the risks that patients take when they agree to participate.
These are the conclusions reached by the authors of three studies presented in the Annals of Emergency Medicine, the peer-reviewed scientific journal for the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Acknowledgments: We thank the editors of the British Medical journal, the Lancet, The Journal of the American Medical Association, New England Journal of Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Clinical Chemistry, Gut, and Radiology and their collaborators for allowing us to have meetings to discuss measures to improve the quality of diagnostic research papers.
This volume of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences is the result of a meeting called Reproductive Biomechanics Track of the 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, held in July and August of 2006 in Munich, Germany.
Chapters scrutinize the resulting repercussions on literary expression and daily culture in the annals of history.
Part One discusses the Samaritan Pentateuch (expanded like some of the Qumran documents, but with additional sectarian readings favoring Gerizim over Jerusalem, avoiding anthropomorphisms when speaking of the deity, and enhancing the status of Moses), the Samaritan Joshua (that begins with the time of Moses and takes the history down to the Roman occupation), and the Annals and chronicles (that continue the story where the Samaritan Joshua left off and continue the Samaritan story to modern times).
An invaluable and appreciated contribution to the growing library of World War I military histories, Finding The Last Battalion is very highly recommended reading for military buffs wanting a factual understanding and true appreciation of the incident that made the men of the Lost Battalion legendary in military annals.
Very highly recommended reading, The Last Outlaw is the perfect addition to the libraries of western American history students, criminology students, and the general reader looking for an enticing tale drawn from the annals of the west.
The relationship between condom use and herpes simplex virus acquisition, Annals of Internal Medicine, 2005, 143(10):707-713.
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