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- adj. Of or pertaining to vision
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a vision.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a vision; seen in a vision; hence, not real.
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I now have a visional aid and can read the record in US v Larry W.Campbell Sacramento, cal court Cr S 03 – 483 WBS E D.cal
The Radicals revolted, establishing a pro visional government after imprisoning municipal councils in Bellinzona and Lugano.
It reflects a new visional mood, a more optimistic one, a more mature one, and a more propositional one.
Gibson won - dered if this was going to be a success; he did not wish to throw too great a strain on their still somewhat pro - visional friendship, and if Jimmy saw too much of him the results might be disastrous.
Ryder is akin to Coleridge, too, for there is a direct visional analogy between "The Flying Dutchman" and the excessively pictorial stanzas of "The Ancient Mariner."
And for the same reason he has lost receptibility to intermediate vibrations in the COLOR spectrum, which has clouded or stultified his visional faculties.
Tennyson supplied one in the visional passages in the Princess.
And for the same reason he has lost receptibility to intermediate vibrations in the color spectrum, which has clouded or stultified his visional faculties.
The real length of time covered by the six visional days is not determined by Scripture; even the sequence of certain details may be different in nature from that in the vision, so that this theory does not interfere with the data of geology, while it safeguards the veracity of the inspired record.
These revelations are got through dreams of sleep or in waking visions of the mind, by voices without visional appearance or by actual manifestations of the Holy Presence before the eye.