chronicled in English

record (a related series of events) in a factual and detailed way.
his work chronicles 20th-century displacement and migration

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1. In my teenage years, my entries chronicled my Bemoanings and teenage angst

2. After all, it was written during the lifetime of all those involved in the events being chronicled.

3. A close call - Charles Russell was the "other" artist (besides Frederic Remington) who chronicled life in the Wild West

4. All wobbly warble and throaty swallow, Lindsay Phillips sings as if he's endured every hardship chronicled in his ominous lyrics.

5. The history and hoopla of the Games is chronicled on bulletin boards, and the Olympics are incorporated into classes.

6. As chronicled in Dawson’s book The Lost Colony and Hatteras Island, the Archaeological digs began in 2009 and yielded historic finds in 2013

7. The Bark has chronicled America’s love affair with dogs, the evolving status of canine pets and their role in society, as well as the incredible rise in services and products

8. Anvil is a Canadian heavy metal band who has influenced many musical groups including Slayer and Metallica.The band's history is chronicled in the 2009 documentary Anvil! The Story of Anvil

9. While filming the lavishly produced Cleopatra in 19 she started a torrid, tabloid-chronicled affair with Richard Burton, who played Mark Antony and who was also married at the time.

10. Bowler was a Fenn Street Gang spin-off which, although written after both Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang, chronicled the earlier adventures of former pupil Craven's shady boss, Stanley Bowler - the Del Boy of his generation.

11. Anya Kamenetz: Credentialism and Higher Ed I'd read Ivory Tower Blues, by James Côté and Anton Allahar, two professors at the University of Western Ontario who had chronicled what they dubbed the crisis of " Credentialism " at Canadian and American schools.

12. Petit, the French-born high-wire artist and street performer, has been defying Credulity, most famously in 1974 when, just shy of his 25th birthday, he spent 45 minutes suspended in the air between the World Trade Center towers, a feat chronicled in …

13. Cedric Watts, who is among those who have untangled and re-chronicled Conrad's Analeptic narrative, notes that as Conrad's time-shift method throws us about from one time to another by grafting one incident onto the ongoing scene, what remains constant is the scenic background that helps reorient readers in the course of the narrative's