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nonchronological

Definitions

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  • adj. Not chronological.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ chronological

Examples

  • With its nonchronological structure, for ­example, it does not achieve the sense of finality found in the 1964 version; nor does it impose one.

    Paris in a New Light

  • Scenes suggest nonchronological episodes from the years that Gandhi spent in South Africa (1893-1914) when he worked for the civil rights of Indian immigrants and formulated his transformative philosophy of nonviolence.

    History and Hypnotic Magic

  • The filmmaker said all of that personal music led the way to the nonchronological exploration they wanted to take.

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  • Scorsese said all of that personal music led the way to the nonchronological exploration they wanted to take.

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  • It is pure, celebratory joy from sock-hop start to nostalgic, nonchronological finish.

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  • Dickens 'challenge was further complicated by the film's relentlessly nonchronological structure.

    Variety.com

  • Presented in nonchronological order, yet arranged to provide links and parallels in posture and facial likenesses, familiar icons easily mix with anonymous subjects: a very young Truman Capote in crumpled T-shirt, on the brink of literary fame; a very old Colette, who retains her inquisitorial gaze; Matisse with his birds; Sartre with his pipe; Igor Stravinsky, astonishingly similar in 1946 and 1967; a beaming Che Guevara.

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  • _Mélanges de l'histoire des religions_), p. 190, distinguishes between the notation of favorable and unfavorable times (and the nonchronological character of mythical histories) and the calendar, which counts moments continuously.

    Introduction to the History of Religions Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume IV

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