ephemeral


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Synonyms for ephemeral

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Synonyms for ephemeral

anything short-lived, as an insect that lives only for a day in its winged form

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lasting a very short time

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Encryption and ephemeral communication tools create a double-edged sword in that while they provide enhanced security and secrecy for communications, they also serve to prevent access to communications that involve criminal or civil liability or national security concerns.
In these informative essays Bales deftly examines a variety of flora and fauna that in one way or another can be described as "ephemeral"--that is, fleeting, short-lived, or transient.
Critique: "Ephemeral" is part romance novel, part literary fiction, part love-affair-with-horses.
Living in a fleeting moment of a week or two, which is the life span of most butterfly species, they come into view, in a sunny garden sucking the nectar off the blooming flowers, then vanish, these ephemeral creatures, never to be seen again.
Keywords: one round, key exchange, forward secrecy, ephemeral key reveal
Vaporstream provides secure, ephemeral and compliant mobile messaging for the enterprise.
The biota and succession patterns in ephemeral streams (sensu Armantrout, 1998; Bain and Stevenson, 1999) have not been well studied in the southwestern United States when aquatic habitats are temporarily (e.g., <1 week) created by flow events.
SO.CALLED 'ephemeral' messaging app Snapchat just got a bit less, well, ephemeral, with the introduction of paid replays.
SO-CALLED "ephemeral" messaging app Snapchat just got a bit less, well, ephemeral, with the introduction of paid replays.
fallax due to crushing in their ephemeral pools by illegal trail bike traffic in a reserved area.
Previously unregulated ephemeral as well as intermittent and perennial streams receive Clean Water Act protections under a joint final rule released June 2 by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S.
Bovine ephemeral fever is an economically important viral disease of cattle and buffalo.
The turquois killifish (Nothobranchius furzeri), derived from ephemeral, shallow ponds in eastern Africa, is an emerging model for aging research due to its rapid development, short life span, and expression of aging biomarkers.
Art and history scholars from the US and Latin America present revised and expanded versions of their papers, which detail indigenous dance festivals, their costumes, and accoutrements in early colonial Mexico City; mourning rites, processions, and the funerary monument for the death of King Philip IV; the ephemeral facade designed to celebrate Charles IV's proclamation ceremony in Mexico; the celebrations and art in honor of Saint Joseph in the city of Puebla and their relationship to local politics; ephemeral structures and related public art works in Mexico City under the direction of the Royal Academy of Art of San Carlos; the New World butaca chair; women's fashion in colonial Buenos Aires; and colonial images of Ecuador.