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Synonyms for temporal

relating to or characteristic of the earth or of human life on earth

not religious in subject matter, form, or use

Synonyms for temporal

the semantic role of the noun phrase that designates the time of the state or action denoted by the verb

not eternal

characteristic of or devoted to the temporal world as opposed to the spiritual world

of this earth or world

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An MRI scan showed widespread white matter lesions, particularly prominent in the anterior temporal regions and external capsule.
Furthermore, the pattern of hemisphere differences was reversed with /gu/ now generating larger amplitudes over right anterior temporal regions rather than left, t (7) = 2.
Female, about 790 (body) + 140 (tail) mm, with 269 + 3 ventrals, 75 subcaudals, 33-35-25 dorsal scale rows, 12-12 supralabials, 4-4 anterior temporals, and 5(2-3-0)/5(2-3-0) lorilabials.
Semantik bellek sorunu olan demans hastalarinin daha cok anterior temporal loblarinda, ozellikle de sol temporal lobda bozulmalar kaydedilmistir.
MRI studies found two significant differences between the groups: The patients had reduced cerebral substance in the left prefrontal region and enlargement of the right ventricle in the anterior temporal horn, Dr.
Generally originating from an anterior temporal lobe focus, the sensation is usually an unpleasant foul odor or one normally pleasant, which is so strong as to be excessive and overpowering.
Recent PET-measurements in Turku, Finland, show that glucose metabolism is suppressed in the temporoparietal and anterior temporal areas of the hemisphere next to the antenna.
Mezial temporal skleroza bagli temporal lob epilepsisi tanisiyla izlenen hastanm epileptik nobetlerinin devam etmesi uzerine sag anterior temporal lobektomi ve amigdalohippokampektomi uygulanmistir.
The reduced matter was seen in the anterior temporal cortex - consistent with repeated knocks to the front of the head.
Research by Richard Chi and Allan Snyder from the Centre for the Mind at the University of Sydney has found that participants who received electrical stimulation of the anterior temporal lobes were three times as likely to reach the fresh insight necessary to solve a difficult, unfamiliar problem than those in the control group.
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