supratemporal


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supratemporal

(ˌsuːprəˈtɛmpərəl)
adj
1. (Philosophy) philosophy transcending time
2. (Anatomy) anatomy above the temporal bone
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Nevertheless what is indicated here is an enduring supratemporal condition of the "Lamb" .
Cephalic neuromasts: supraorbital 16-19, parietal 3-4, anterior rostral 1, posterior rostral 1, infraorbital 18-22, preorbital 1-2, otic 1-6, postotic 2-3, supratemporal 1, median opercular 1, ventral opercular 2, preopercular 18-23, mandibular 10-14, lateral mandibular 3-5.
Maritain began to advocate Christian personalism, which held that it was "essential to the temporal common good to respect and serve the supratemporal ends of the human person.
As a reaction to these socio-pathological conditions, fascism presented itself as a supratemporal idealization of an heroic collective consciousness, creating a new palingenetic and socio-regenerative system of belief, myths, rites, and symbols imbued with youthful and irrational exuberance, a heroic ethos and an active/dynamic vision of existence capable to objectify unconscious forms of excitation, violence, excess, delirium, and dream that escaped from the functional, homogeneous, and instrumental semantic of the everyday life.
Putative neural generators for auditory LLRs include thalamic projections to the auditory cortex, primary auditory cortex, supratemporal plane, temporalparietal association cortex, frontal cortex, reticulothalamus, and medial septal area.
Returning to Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love through the lens of the temporal status of allegory (briefly touched upon earlier regarding the pizza "paradise" she discovers in Naples), what is most striking is the protagonist, Liz's insistence that--contrary to Plato's expressed desire for the supratemporal in the guise of absolute beauty as the only worthy object of love--what she wants is to experience both the pleasures of this world and those of self-sacrificing devotion to the divine.
In Marfan syndrome, the zonules are stretched, and the dislocation occurs in a supratemporal direction, whereas in CBS deficiency the zonules are detached/scrolled into the anterior surface of the lens (5).
2007 has a cream belly, two posterior supratemporal scales and latero-inferior edge of the loreal scale concave (while the new species has a reddish belly, one elongated supratemporal scale and latero-inferior edge of the loreal scale nearly straight).
Rather than the transcendental, the supratemporal and the ideal as the ground of truth and reality, Nietzsche proposes the depth of the world, the body, the 'greater history', and the material depth from which history is made, proposing that in the suffering of the world is also the joy of life and certain future in which we gain a taste for life (26).
Nasal, preocular, supraocular, postocular, tympanic, coronal, parietal, and supratemporal spines invariably present; all major head spines strong, except for coronal spines, which are weak; supraocular and postocular spines and parietal ridge often rough; sphenotic spines often prominent, occasionally moderate or small in size.
Cephalic neuromasts: supraorbital 3 + 3, parietal 1, anterior rostral 1, posterior rostral 1, infraorbital 1 + 1 + 11-15 + 1, preorbital 2-3, otic 1, post-otic 2, supratemporal 1, median opercular 1, ventral opercular 2, preopercular 2 + 4, mandibular 4 + 1, lateral mandibular 2-3.