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1. In a chronological sense, anarchism can be segmented by the classical currents of the late 19th century and the post-classical currents (anarcha-feminism, green anarchism and post-anarchism) developed thereafter.

2. The terms antiquus and modernus were used in a chronological sense in the Carolingian era.

3. In Rules without Meaning Staal controversially suggested that mantras "predate language in the development of man in a chronological sense".

4. Red Cross history shows that in a chronological sense formation of National Societies very often coincides with the country's being in a military actions, and this is logical, because the Red Cross was originally designed to urgently assist sick and wounded soldiers.

5. The terms antiquus and modernus were used in a chronological sense in the Carolingian era.

6. They are related only in a chronological sense as they arrived in the country in close succession of one another.

7. Reflecting on the strip's last decade, comics historian Maurice Horn writes, "In 1962 John Ushler brought in the rear (in a stylistic as well as a chronological sense) in a succession of limp Uncle Remus pages until the series' end on December 31, 1972."

8. Finally, even the higher-order industries - the ones furthest up the chain of production in a chronological sense - would find their bottom, and they would begin hiring workers on net.