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    Cool opposite of chronological

    I work in an IT. environment and we have just had some new softwareintroduced to our systemwhichallows us to viewchanges in policy in revrsedate order i.e the most current change is viewed first......
    Is the correct term to use to describe this "chronological"? is there an antonym for chronological or can this word be used to denote time ordered both forward and backward? apologies for typos ...the batteries need replacing in my wireless keyboard so it is a bit temperamental....

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    Re: opposite of chronological

    How about "reverse chronological order"

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