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Synonyms for calendric

relating to or characteristic of or used in a calendar or time measurement


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The oppositional qualities of these two visions are joined in their apocalyptic yearning for the end, a yearning to leave behind calendric time--to step outside of time itself.
The book focuses on calendars and books of calendric computations--all written by Jews in early modern Europe, capturing a new perspective on early modern Jewish history, indeed a new prism through which to understand Jews and their Jewishness.
If Riccardo and Bartolomea have competing ideas about the significance of individual days as due for devotion to God or service to ladies, Neifile's calendric innovation brings together both venerdi and domenica, thus linking, willingly or not, service to ladies and devotion to God.
There are different types of temporal association rules defined in the literature such as inter-transaction rules, episode rules, trend dependencies, sequence association rules and calendric association rules.
Such matters are very important to print reporters the day before the annual calendric holiday of Thanksgiving.
A Bayesian model of O18 stratigraphy relates each of the dated samples to the calendric ages represented by the two primary cultural deposits.
The songs are part of "the Old Ways," which include the traditional calendric rituals and other customs of the ancestors, and their texts are vehicles for the transmission of the customs.
After the Twin Towers destruction, American speakers of English created the calendric term 9/11, a new lexical unit with a highly metonymic potential.
Another book in 1975 also spotlighted the Maya calendric roundup.
There is a rigid relationship not only of the individual to his fellows, but also of village life to the calendric cycle ...
The author begins with Maya calendric glyphs, specifically examining the chronology of the ruler of the Mayan city of Calacmul, Yuknoom Ch'een (circa CE 600-686).
This public presence is complemented by a strong private display of Hinduism via "an array of daily and calendric rituals, events and ceremonies that occur in homes and temples across the island" (Sinha 2005, p.