Annal [noun]

Definition of Annal:

record of experiences

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Sentence/Example of Annal:

Dr. Grubitz has suggested this view of the Annal of 755, in which there is a fight in a Saxon castle (burh).

The names of five hanged on the same day at Pomfret are given in Annal.

See what Tacitus says of Nero in regard to this point, Annal.

And hauing aduisedlie considered which waies were hard and Cornelius Tacitus Annal.

It is not in annal form; only six dates are given as headings and events are not recorded in their chronological order.

There was no annal in the family letters of his name, although other rejected suitors were mentioned freely.

The first notice of London found in authentic history occurs in Tacitus, Annal.

From the romance to the annal, the observation holds good; it is an inalienable landmark, and of inviolable unanimity.

Is it anything more than a well-prepared annal or chronicle?

These islands are described by Hoffmann, Poggendorf Annal., vol.