From the stand, Flemmi mentioned the name of H. Paul Rico, a now-deceased FBI agent of great renown in the annals of the bureau.
And one finds both sorts of dystopian authors represented in the annals of Chinese sci-fi.
The only published medical trial for ExtenZe came out last June in annals of the American Psychotherapy Association.
But birthed out of the annals of Reddit and onto heavily trafficked pop-culture sites, “Too Many Cooks” has become mainstream.
I think his inauguration is a gold-star day in the annals of American history.
Yesterday was perhaps the brightest in the annals of Vailima.
It is down in the Club annals that she caught his game at first sight.
It was a great day in the annals of the Blue City and of Liberalism.
A society does not record its mores in its annals, because they are to it unnoticed and unconsciou79s.
They write many pretty poems, and compose histories and annals of their own country.
1560s, from Latin annales libri "chronicles," literally "yearlies, yearly books," noun use of plural of annalis "pertaining to a year," from annus "year" (see annual (adj.)).