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  • n. Plural form of annalist.


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  • This would be consistent with her presence in the Annals of Ulster, as strong Irish connections could explain why the Ulster annalists thought it worth recording her death.

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  • Most annalists believe that $200/barrel is not out of the question.

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  • Around the end of the ninth century the Irish annalists stop writing in Latin and start using Irish, so the name 'Picts' disappears.

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  • This is due primarily to the influence of the Dominican annalists, who decried the loss of the Formosan Christians. 54 The first Dominican chronicles, written by Corcuera's enemy Diego de Aduarte, started the trend, which was later continued by the eighteenth-century historian Juan de la ConcepciĆ³n.

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  • I was on the conference call from Microsoft this morning, but they only answered questions from financial annalists.

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  • Minutiae ought to be collected by annalists, or in some kind of dictionaries where one might find them at need.


  • The dry bones of the ancient valley of annalists and chroniclers were made to live, and the great work of the reconstruction of the past was begun, with an alertness and perseverance that has not been surpassed even in an age of far purer and juster historical intelligence.


  • From there, we proceed via the great Roman historians Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus to the medieval annalists and chroniclers; on to the Florentine humanist historians, Machiavelli and Guicciardini; and then, via the Enlightenment and the American and French Revolutions, to the self-styled professional historians of the 20th century.

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  • The period extending from the fifth to the eleventh century is extremely poor in documents; the few annalists of those days have limited their work to a bare enumeration of events and a dry list of dates.

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  • It is this which has been so wrongly described by European annalists, and of which the British until now have maintained the most jealous secrecy.



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