nontemporal

nontemporal

(ˌnɒnˈtɛmpərəl)
adj
1. (Grammar) grammar not indicating time
2. (Computer Science) computing (of data) that is designated as data that will not be used again soon by the processor, and is thus stored in a more remote memory location
3. not existing in time
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"imminent" based on the nontemporal consideration of whether
Were that so, the coherence of metaphysical statements would entail that all existential statements, because all are implied by each, designate one thing--and as far I can see, this designation of it could be only by negation because that single thing would be in all respects nontemporal. In any event, metaphysics clarifies the possible as such because it explicates the changeless character of all possible changes and thus of contingent things or states of affairs.
This supports Bohm's conjecture that a quantum potential wave is generated by the spin turbulence and quantum foam occurring as boundary conditions of these quantum black holes which separate spacetime from nonspatial, nontemporal dimensions of the implicate order.
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some new nonchronological and nontemporal pattern of immediacies comes into being" (707).
As mentioned these data have different scope, levels of detail, characteristics (temporal, nontemporal, geometry, and nongeometry) and come from different lifecycle stages of a manufacturing system.
The patients with nontemporal epilepsies and other pathologies such as tumors or vascular lesions associated with hippocampal sclerosis were excluded from the study.
(35.) "[D]isaster," as Khalip and Collings argue, "floats free of any determining moment, or more radically lays bare a certain nontemporal negativity at the heart of modern historicity itself" ("Introduction," par.
If Christians don't believe that the eschaton has already come, then they are likely to relegate Jesus to a nontemporal and eternal or Platonic realm.
(81) But unlike finite actual entities, or occasions, God is not an event in nature; He is the nontemporal actual entity.