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There is no freedom for the state under a clerocracy, such as was attempted in the middle ages, and none even for the Church; for spiritual interests are subordinated to secular interests, and the clergy sacrifice or subordinate the spirituals of the Church in order to maintain her temporals, or their own temporal possessions and power, no less than politicians, as the history of what is strangely enough called the "Ages of Faith," but too amply demonstrates.
In English the present tense seems the one least in harmony with the paramount temporal relation.
"Xiringuito Mataro", Espai de treball per al Workshop Arquitectures Temporals al Centre de Creacio de Mataro.
There are various types of cohesive devices/markers like temporal adversative causal additive and sequential conjunctions; temporal and mood adverbials; relative pronouns and conditionals.
In sentence 1), the use of the near temporal deictic expression "now" ("aknun") accompanied with the back shifted tenses are signs of FID.
The specimens are bronzy-brown or purplish brown above, light grey, greenish, or yellow ventrally; a more or less distinct buff to yellow stripe along scale rows 1-2, edged or spotted with black; an indistinct black temporal stripe extending onto the neck, where it may break up into vertical bars; vertebral scales on neck and anterior part of the body sometimes yellow; upper lip yellow, the eye often edged with the same color; yellow along the ventral margin, sometimes with black speckles.
Thus, Giles argues that God intended to grant the clergy mastery over temporals, but had to adapt the Church gradually to the conditions of the present age.
Gauri and Debabrata Talukdar of SUNY Buffalo, integrated two ways that consumers look for the lowest prices: across stores (spatial) and across time within the same store (temporal).
A sense of the sublime, in short, becomes a moment of challenge to and re-establishment of the sovereignty of the temporal self and the temporals privilege over the spatial.
Temporals crossed by two longitudinal ridges, one continuous with the supraorbital ridges and the other bounding the squamosal and continuous with the posterior zygomatic root.
Adverbial clauses, which include temporals, causals, conditionals, and concessives (and which constitute the bulk of the subordinating structures to be analyzed in this article) are considered to be hypotactic elements.