Definitions

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  • n. Any record from the distant past, but especially a fossil record

Etymologies

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From paleo- +‎ record

Examples

  • Another is the declaration here that "Geological evidence known as the paleorecord suggests that the Earth's sea ice has been in existence for 13 million years."

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  • Geological evidence known as the paleorecord suggests that the Earth's sea ice has been in existence for 13 million years.

    CNN.com

  • That, together with the paleorecord and current observations, counts for something.

    RealClimate

  • Well, first of all, the paleorecord published in journals is not evidence directly, but is a compilation of deductions from such evidence.

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