momentaneous


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momentaneous

(ˌməʊmənˈteɪnɪəs)
adj
brief or continuing for a short time only
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Adj.1.momentaneous - lasting for a markedly brief timemomentaneous - lasting for a markedly brief time; "a fleeting glance"; "fugitive hours"; "rapid momentaneous association of things that meet and pass"; "a momentary glimpse"
short - primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration; "a short life"; "a short flight"; "a short holiday"; "a short story"; "only a few short months"
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The same steps must be taken for the associated companies, In case of candidacy in a momentaneous grouping of companies or subcontractors foreseen by the candidates in the said market ".
Gabriela Nouzeilles presenta la siguiente idea que Hudson propusiera en uno de sus escritos en relacion con el encuentro entre una persona y ese tipo de paisaje: "even a brief encounter with the solitude of the desert provedes, rather a momentaneous (yet nonetheless powerful) access to a primordial state beyound thought" (268 "Desert Dreams: Nomadic Tourists").
For the internal water temperature, the exchanged heat is recalculated using the momentaneous temperature of the flue gas, including the condensation heat gains.
New Aqualab, for momentaneous high-volume measurement of moisture and regain in loose fibres and yarn packages.
In Georgian, a secondary suffix -ulob, derived from the Past participle, is mainly used for momentaneous verbs (accomplishments) and has a trivial meaning, i.
Between addresses and entries, a durable relation of relevance or aboutness is established, while a momentaneous relation of non- retrievability holds between pieces of knowledge in innovative combinations.
AB: You have to reason inversely: The event is precisely the effective character of the violation of the axiom of foundation, the circumstantial and momentaneous exceeding of the limits of the axiom, before they are restored.