Chronology in a Sentence, Sentences of Chronology in English
1.We will act according to the chronology.
2.According to the chronology, now it’s lunch time.
3.Regrets ignore chronology. They float around.
4.I prefer chronologically challenged.
5.Chronology is the science of arranging events in their order of occurrence in time.
6.In our memories the stories of our lives defy chronology, resist transcription: past ambushes present, and future hurries into history.
7.Chronological time is what we measure by clocks and calendars; it is always linear, orderly, quantifiable, and mechanical. Kairotic time is organic, rhythmic, bodily, leisurely, and aperiodic; it is the inner cadence that brings fruit to ripeness, a woman to childbirth, a man to change the direction of his life.
8.From the chronology of our time perception we keep garnering fetching and enticing instants of our life story, still abounding in our mind.
9.Unrelated dating methods help reinforce a chronology, an axiom of corroborative evidence.