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- adv. In a temporal manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a temporal manner; secularly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reference to time; specifically, with respect to the present life only.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with regard to temporal order
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They thus are further separated temporally from a direct relation to events in the region today.
Reconstituted as it is in temporally specific terms in each generation, we are, collectively, as they were, the only authors who might emerge from the metaphorical bushes.
Ser conveys permanence; estar covers temporally bound, flucuating conditions.
To use these settings would signify a dramatic change in every parish, from the temporally bound 4-hymn model that is ubiquitous toward a style and approach much more in keeping with what the Roman Rite calls for it.
If businessmen wanting their cash get temporally near-sighted, climate scientists, lost in their graphs of millennia, get farsighted, forgetting that sometimes you have to duck bullets -- and they don't call it the 'methane gun hypothesis' for nothing!
Jastrow, a producer now turned playwright, and Archer, a well known actress with 86 titles under her IMDB profile belt, had decided to take their joint efforts to the theater stage with a poignant and temporally appropriate play entitled Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion.
I have no question in my mind that Alex is River Song ... possibly at their "First Meeting" as far as she is concerned, from her temporally fixed perspective, if she is human, at least.
Finally Ludlow and Parsons take up the issue with the way that quantitative ways of measuring time have made us temporally uncentered agents no longer living in the moment.
We can become temporally centered and live in the moment again.
Let me turn to my second example because philosophically, it takes the Centre's statements to its logical conclusion, even though temporally it was made before the Centre was incorporated.