aeonic

aeonic

(iːˈɒnɪk)
adj
formal lasting for an aeon
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In another approach, Marie-Louise von Franz (1978) has represented time as four concentric circles, with the outermost circle being ego time (daily individual and communal life); then aeonic time (stellar configurations); next illud tempus ("once upon a time," when the mythic heroes founded the society); and finally the sacred meta-time of the timeless center.
This experiment in typographical multiculturalism is aesthetically challenging, yet the aeonic conflict between the faces of Gropius and Gracchus may bewilder connoisseurs.
But like the aeonic ideas she too cannot comprehend him (hence Valentinus's two Limits).
In particular, he followed Scotus by pursuing the idea of a double Incarnation: the first being aeonic and stemming from the Word of the Creator emptying Himself temporally throughout the material universe and so giving rise at every moment to fresh inscapes and a billion-fueled beauty.
Three new gauging and control products for flat webs were introduced by Aeonic KGS, Inc.
At the high end, Aeonic KGS introduced a new integrated total line control capability, offering single-source responsibility with components from different companies within the Eurotherm International group.
Aeonic Systems demonstrated the CIMLINE system, a VAX-based, CIM system for measurement and linewide control of plastics film and sheet extrusion, calendering, coating, and lamination.
Before joining AspenTech, McQuillin was promoted as the youngest vice president of Honeywell to manage a $270 million business unit with more than 570 employees, and served as Chief Executive Officer of Aeonic Systems, a venture-backed start-up company in the Boston area.
A spectra Beam FSIR (Full Spectrum Infrared) sensor from Aeonic Systems is said to be able to measure substrates difficult or impossible to gauge using previous techniques.