Definition of temporality
1a : civil or political as distinguished from spiritual or ecclesiastical power or authorityb : an ecclesiastical property or revenue —often used in plural
2 : the quality or state of being temporal
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Ng'ok explores this temporality through the intersection of people and place.
Like buggy whips and cassette tapes, however, the Postal Service has been marked by temporality.
Advanced tentative theories of the universe even discard temporality altogether from the basic ingredients of the world.
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