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temporal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtemporaltem‧po‧ral /ˈtempərəl/ adjective formal  1 TIME/HOW LONGrelating to or limited by time the temporal character of human existence2 RELIGIONrelating to practical instead of religious affairs Edgar ruled over the Church as well as his temporal kingdom.
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temporalThe Emperor was both a temporal and a spiritual ruler.Despite their different temporal and geographical foci, several defining research questions have remained the same.It did not imitate the variability of the secular rulers who thought only of temporal gain.Sometimes the hallucinations associated with small seizures in the temporal lobe have characteristics suggestive of schizophrenic thought, especially paranoia.George once had a patient who heard Led Zeppelin music each time a particular temporal lobe site was stimulated.It all centres around a part of the brain called the medial temporal lobe.Our physical bodies are just a temporal, passing reality.
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