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Temporal order   /tˈɛmpərəl ˈɔrdər/   Listen
Temporal order

noun
1.
Arrangement of events in time.  Synonym: temporal arrangement.






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"Temporal order" Quotes from Famous Books



... their due order. For Providence embraceth all things together, though diverse, though infinite; but Fate putteth every particular thing into motion being distributed by places, forms, and time; so that this unfolding of temporal order being united into the foresight of God's mind is Providence, and the same uniting, being digested and unfolded in time, is called Fate. Which although they be diverse yet the one dependeth on the other. For fatal order proceedeth from the simplicity of Providence. For ...
— The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy • Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius



Words linked to "Temporal order" :   chronological succession, chronological sequence, temporal property, temporal arrangement, timing, successiveness, sequence, succession



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