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chronological order

noun
1.
the arrangement of things following one after another in time:
Put these documents in chronological order.
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Examples for chronological order
  • Complete each line of the expense report in chronological order and calculate each type of expense, if required.
  • Here, too, the list of positions held by the candidate should be in reverse chronological order.
  • The chronological order of for-profit and traditional doesn't seem to matter.
  • One may study them, in chronological order, as successive indications of a national point of view.
  • Remarkably, and perhaps without precedent, he has made those films in chronological order.
  • It's not organized as a blog, in reverse-chronological order.
  • Nor do the selections follow strict chronological order.
  • The works are arranged thematically in loosely chronological order.
  • Also they need to be arranged in reverse chronological order.
  • Links are, especially later in the process, more or less in the chronological order.
Contemporary definitions for chronological order
noun

a sequence according to time of occurrence

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