Each of those revolutions had its own political, cultural, and temporal context which made it distinct.
You fight and scheme and pray to get it, even while knowing fully that, like life itself, occupation is temporal.
The exhibition ends with nine temporal mannequins arranged in timeline, illustrating how norms of beauty have changed.
Compulsive writing, or hypergraphia, is a well-known, if uncommon, symptom of temporal lobe epilepsy.
The process of time, the temporal quality of that is the time spent looking.
The lateral division arose from the lower rim of the temporal opening and from the bones beneath.
I am not a man to disturb myself about any worldly and temporal interest.
As to the number of temporal lords, it was almost invariably more than twelve, sometimes double as many.
The temporal power of the Pope has deprived the Church of the true consecration.
So much for the temporal side of the matter; and the spiritual was not very unlike it.
mid-14c., "worldly, secular," later "of time, terrestrial, earthly" (late 14c.), "temporary, lasting only for a time" (late 14c.), from Old French temporal, from Latin temporalis "of time, temporary," from tempus (genitive temporis) "time, season, proper time or season," of unknown origin. Related: Temporality.
temporal tem·po·ral2 (těm'pər-əl, těm'prəl)
Of, relating to, or near the temples of the skull.