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spatial

[′spā·shəl]
(physics)
Of or pertaining to space; occupying space; occurring in, or conditioned by, space; considered with relation to space.

spatial

Having to do with space. Contrast with "temporal," which deals with time.
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President Karzai travels extensively abroad, however he makes very few visits around his own country, and then only with American spacial forces as his closest bodyguards.
This will enable Licensees to see the spacial placement of design elements on product design or packaging for a visual reference of what the Licensor is looking for.
more of a head for it than "The adults tend to put too much thought into it, while the kids seem to have better spacial awareness.
Callum, who beat 200 other candidates, said: "The interview was very intense but I managed to use ideas about spacial awareness and what I had learned at college to pull it off.
STEVE BATES hopes his frugal Newcastle Falcons get to grips with their spacial awareness at Sale tomorrow.
The story begins with Captain Kirk being sucked into a mystical spacial distortion while aboard the Enterprise.
The choir sound wonderfully lifelike in an EMI recording that must be noted for its natural setting, its ambient glow, and its superb spacial characteristics.
The diasporic verbal space, with its temporal and spacial fluidity, has become a mediating expanse between the land of Israel and the lands of exile.
The acquired business comprised of 550 portable spacial units and containers and the related customer contracts and personnel, according to the company.
The authors argue that 'Society has become an archipelago of enclaves, and people from different backgrounds have developed ever more spacial strategies to meet the people that want to meet, and to avoid the people they want to avoid.
Spacial analysis, GIS, and remote sensing applications in the health sciences.