- v. present participle of chronicle.
“The feature isn't terribly interesting -- each day Ed Schultz finds someone he doesn't like saying something he doesn't like that's typically been already reported to death on the websites that specialize in chronicling such things.”
“Written by KJ Steinberg Gossip Girl, The Nine and set in 1895 in New York, Lillys is described as chronicling the history of the first true luxury hotel built in the city, along with the family who owns it, the staff who work it and those who stay there.”
“Religion has never been as important as it is today, and I expect RNS to continue to set the journalistic standard in chronicling its widespread impact," said O'Keefe ….”
“I like the notion of chronicling one's own life through carefully arranged journals and correspondance.”
“Nancy, i totally, absolutely love the idea of chronicling your year thru your feet!”
“A Reality Tour, the long-awaited soundtrack to the DVD of the same name chronicling the Dublin, Ireland stop on Bowie's 2003-2004 world trek, widely speculated to be possibly his last tour ever.”
“Each strike is identified by a small white tag chronicling the ballistic sequence and type of round fired.”
“McChronicles, a blog dedicated to "chronicling" Â the McDonald's experience across the world.”
“Marriage and parenting and mortgages can wait; we're all about living in the sacred present tense and chronicling its key moments 140 characters at a time.”
“Working in conjunction with the Norman Rockwell Museum, our curators have assembled an expansive exhibition chronicling the literal and thematic links of these two American icons.”
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