In the case of temporally separated persons, however, unity cannot be effected in this manner, because reciprocity is lacking.
Then exercise that strength, both spiritually and temporally.
There is still no ground for a belief in the temporally limited duration of either the red or the blue surface.
temporally and spiritually, the declaration of inspiration holds good, "We are saved by hope."
Cause and effect, therefore, will have to be temporally contiguous processes.
Public apathy in regard to shipwreck was temporally swept away by the wreck of the “Adventure” of Newcastle in 1789.
In default of obedience he threatened to proceed against the city both spiritually and temporally.
There is no antidote against the opium of time, which temporally considereth all things.
The conclusion follows simply from the nature of objects as spatially and temporally related, whether they are phenomena or not.
One object will be temporally enclosed by another when it is simultaneous with the other, but not before or after 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.