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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.
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spatial

Having to do with space. Contrast with "temporal," which deals with time.
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Christopher Ballantine's study of South African Jazz combines Paul Claval's understanding of social relations as spacially encoded with a class analysis of black petit bourgeoisie to present an insightful glimpse into the use and function of music in pre- and post-Apartheid South Africa.
In "Middle Passage," Hayden places a reply to Tiresias's vision at his poem's center, both spacially and thematically.
Spacially, ozone's three oxygen atoms form an enormous molecular triangle.
Thus, gamete interactions between parasites are much more highly favored both spacially and temporally than gamete interactions between host and parasite.
businesses organize finance personnel together, sales personnel together, marketing personnel together, and so forth, said Cleverly."We took our traditional 'stovepipe' functions and organized them spacially by business team."
What Greenfield disregards, though it would serve his point well, is the irony of Pym's position, since the landscape he travels parallels the American South: spacially removed from America, this narrative nevertheless bears an allegorical relation, much discussed in critical commentary, to actual American landscapes not unlike those Greenfield explores earlier.