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- Tempus is a Latin word meaning time and a Finnish, Swedish and German word meaning grammatical tense. It may refer to: "Tempus, Anyone", 1996 episode of...
- existing Tempus countries, in addition to countries from Latin America, Asia and Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific. Parti****ting countries of TEMPUS include:...
- inreparabile tempus: "it escapes, irretrievable time". The phrase is used in both its Latin and English forms as a proverb that "time's a-wasting". Tempus fugit...
- Cape, Jr., in Cl****ical Traditions in Science Fiction wrote of Tempus (1987; 2011), Tempus Unbound (1989; 2017) and The Sacred Band (2010) "A fantasy series...
- Lent (Latin: Quadragesima, 'Fortieth') is a solemn religious observance in the Christian liturgical calendar that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends approximately...
- Nullum tempus occurrit regi ("no time runs against the king"), sometimes abbreviated nullum tempus, is a common law doctrine originally expressed by Bracton...
- Union TEMPUS Project #S_JEP-11087-96, entitled "Modular Education in Mathematics and Informatics", which was the flag ship European Union TEMPUS Project...
- group reformed by the U.S. Agent and Edwin Cord.[volume & issue needed] Tempus is an enormous humanoid who dwells in Limbo and serves Immortus. Created...
- Tempus fugit is a Latin expression meaning "time flees". It may also refer to: "Tempus Fugit" aka "Tempus Fugue-it," a jazz composition by pianist Bud...
- "Tempus Fugue-it" (also known as "Tempus Fugit") is a 1949 jazz composition by jazz pianist Bud Powell. It has been recorded by Powell, Miles Davis and...
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