An entity merely known as spatially related to some discerned entity is what we mean by the bare idea of ‘place.’
Not only spatially, but also in thought we must regard this transition.
The conclusion follows simply from the nature of objects as spatially and temporally related, whether they are phenomena or not.
If it were a focus, there would be no purpose in moving it spatially.
As already pointed out, nature and super-nature were taken as physically and spatially distinct.
Thus no one of the 60 announcements which we used was spatially favored above another.
It is probable that muticus and calvatus would be capable of interbreeding if they were not spatially isolated.
spatial spa·tial or spa·cial (spā'shəl)
Relating to space or a space.