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- adj. That appears to happen outside of time
- adj. Of or pertaining to the side of the head behind the eyes; external to the temporal bone of the skull.
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You have had a good deal of extratemporal experience on your own, I know, which makes you already valuable.
He sees the creative act as being both extratemporal and ineffectual within society, as if the poet, instead of being a man, were a mere abstraction.
Meta-analyses of epilepsy surgery generally quote between 60-70\% seizure-freedom rate for temporal lobe epilepsy, with lower rates of long - term success quoted for extratemporal foci
As creatures we are necessarily in time, and speculation about pretemporal or extratemporal reality is useless speculation.
However, I don’t think either his jewish background or extratemporal standing (SJ’s GS13 Liberal Democrat Federal Employee Best Friend notwithstanding) would stand in the way of his succeeding to the presidency in a crisis.
Bring a bunch of broad spectrum antibiotics when you set off to satisfy your need for procreation and extratemporal lust; -)
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