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temp.

abbr.
1. temperature
2. template
3. temporary
4. Latin tempore (in the time of)
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temp.

abbreviation for
1. (Physical Geography) temperate
2. temperature
3. temporary
4. tempore
[(for sense 4) Latin: in the time of]
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References in classic literature ?
Diodorus Siculus (temp. Augustus) is the first to mention such a body of poetry, and it is likely enough that this is, at least substantially, the one which has come down to us.
-- The following table gives the mean temperature of Tierra del Fuego, the Falkland Islands, and, for comparison, that of Dublin: -- Summer Winter Mean of Summer Latitude Temp. Temp.
Facts-and-circumstances test: The first test, in Temp. Kegs.
With all this on offer, it's no wonder so many people are being tempted to temp.
``I got to see lots of different companies and now I am ready to re-enter the job market on a more permanent basis I have accepted an offer of work in the conveyancing department of Paul Watson Solicitors in Churchtown, Southport, where I have been a temp. ''
The Temp of the Month award is presented to candidates who have a strong track record, consistently demonstrating the skills required to be a successful temp. These skills include reliability, good time keeping, an excellent attendance record and flexibility.
Managers tend to have the mindset that you order the temp when you need the temp. Not so: You order the temp in time to train the temp for when you need him or her.
Since terminating a temp is done easilyand without notice, few people consider financial and emotional hardships on the temp. One day I had a livelihood; the next minute I didn't.
Moreover, while the author did interview both sexes, nearly all races, and Hispanics, many of the interviewees did not embody the typical temp. A large proportion were aspiring actors and actresses, and many were much older than the average temp worker.
An accountant who steps into a critical situation on a short-term basis is a far cry from an ordinary temp. Ed Ryan, Manhattan-based managing director of Executive Interim Management U.S.A., a division of Zurich-head-quartered Egon Zehnder International, placed an interim CFO in the food industry.