from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
December 29th, 2005 at 3: 39 am PST been using magnatune. com for a while .. no there are no “mianstream” artists. but then becuase you can listen to any track in 128kbps mp3 from thier site it isn; t so important becuase you can pick out the music you like. reply chronicon
Highlander, while the continuation of Fordun's _Scoti-chronicon_, in which we have a more detailed account of the battle, was the work of
"Andreæ presbyteri Bergomatis chronicon", written at Bergamo in 877; and the chronicle of Benedict of St. Andrew, at Mount Soracte in 968, which, unfortunately, is filled with legends.
 _Burchardi et Cuonradi Urspergensium chronicon_ ed.,
_Burchardi chronicon. _, p. 376; vide Introd., cap.
 _Burchardi chronicon ann. 1217_, _loc.cit. _, p. 377.
# posted by chronicon : 5:34 AM every talentless hack can learn to copy and paste but that doesn't give him the abillity to come up with a cool groove, that still requires talent and a great deal of expertise
# posted by chronicon : 4:57 PM from the Eno article in last month's Sound on Sound: Despite his reservations about computer recording, Eno has now decided to go further into the computer only world and sell his studio...
They were no fooner gone than Sicardo marched with his army againft Amalfi, for what reafon is not mentioned, though it would appear from the chronicon of Salerno, that his chief mo - tive for attacking that city was his great defire of pofTefling relics, which were then fuperftitioufly believed to be a greater protection to a city than ftrong fortifications or a powerful army.
Breve chronicon, in quo notantur dies coronationis mortis et locus fepuhurae cujufvis regis Angliae ab Egberto ad Henri - cum VL donationes quas fecejfunt veteri tnonafterio Wiiiton et