Difference between temporal and chroonological and chronological
- of or relating to or limited by time
- characteristic of or devoted to the temporal world as opposed to the spiritual world
- of this earth or world
- not eternal
- of or relating to the temples (the sides of the skull behind the orbit)
- the semantic role of the noun phrase that designates the time of the state or action denoted by the verb
He presented with a 24 hour history of right-sided chest pain which seemed to be temporally related to a recent bout of coughing.
The superior temporal gyrus is subdivided into two or more obliquely running, short, transverse temporal gyri.
Upper genital tract infection associated with intrauterine contraceptive devices is temporally linked to the insertion of the device.
- relating to or arranged according to temporal order
It is important not to confuse the sociological meaning of age with the notion of chronological age, the length of time a person has been alive.
Report provides a chronological account of Mexican military involvement in disbanding student protests in Mexico City during the week of July 29.
Conversely, the extrinsic properties of artifacts can provide chronological information that seriation cannot.