from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The interval of time represented by a specific stratum of rock selected to be representative of all rocks formed during the same span of time.
- noun The interval of time between two reversals of the Earth's magnetic polarity.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An abbreviation of
- noun Abbreviationsof chronological
- noun of chronology.
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- noun geology A period of time between two geomagnetic reversals.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
How many times can you go to chron. com and not interfere with official business and involves only minimal additional expense to the govt?
You need to either trust them to manage that responsibility or forbid them from doing anything distracting -- from surfing to chron. com to talking to their coworkers about something non-work related.
Texas Deputy Shoots Charging 8-Point Buck www. chron.com
But I think that this CNN chron from late Wednesday afternoon does deserve comment, as it seems to have crossed all kinds of decency boundaries.
Houston news, entertainment, search and shopping | chron.com - Houston Chronicle: Among Saturday's milestones:
E.g., the research files in my office at Interior, which were filed by subject and chron order, not by any person involved.
Latest chron. com article (linked below) says that there was a plain clothes police officer who arrived earlier on the scene and witnessed the entire event.
If those meet the criteria, we'll set you up with your own chron.
In this article posted on chron. com (the Houston Chronicle website) yesterday, Rice University political science Professor Bob Stein explained that although blacks accounted for 19 percent of the state's registered voters in the 2006 general election, compared with 25 percent for Hispanics, Hispanics haven't been able to capitalize on that advantage in the Democratic primary.
Yet, via chron. com, Associated Press writer Robert Weilaard puts a different spin on it.