What is temporarily?

  • (adv): For a limited time only; not permanently.
    Example: "He will work here temporarily"; "he was brought out of retirement temporarily"; "a power failure temporarily darkened the town"

Some articles on temporarily:

Revenue Act Of 1951
... The United States Revenue Act of 1951 temporarily increased individual income tax rates through 1953, and temporarily raised corporate tax rates 5 percentage points through March 31, 1954 ... Excise taxes on alcohol, tobacco, gasoline, and automobiles were also temporarily increased through March 31, 1954 ...
Cro-Mag Rally - Powerups
... Bone Bomb The Bone Bomb is an explosive which temporarily stops any enemy car that is hit by it ... Bottle Rocket The Bottle Rocket is a weapon which explodes and stops the opponent temporarily ... Bomb The Freeze Bomb causes anyone hit by the explosion to freeze temporarily ...
Mei Li Vos - Political Career 2006 - Present
... Vos is spokesperson on freelancer-, temporarily employed and consumer affairs ... As an MP she wants to give free lancers and the temporarily employed a voice in parliament and share the risks of a dynamic labour market more equally between free lancers, part time employed and ...
List Of Enclaves And Exclaves - Historic Enclaves/exclaves - Temporary Enclaves
... Sometimes land is ceded temporarily to another country as a form of legal fiction ... a former United States Air Force base in the Netherlands, was, in 2000, temporarily declared sovereign territory of the United Kingdom, in order to allow the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing ... the maternity ward at the Ottawa Civic Hospital in Canada was temporarily extraterritorial so that Princess Juliana's daughter Princess Margriet ...

Famous quotes containing the word temporarily:

    The ancient bitter opposition to improved methods [of production] on the ancient theory that it more than temporarily deprives men of employment ... has no place in the gospel of American progress.
    Herbert Hoover (1874–1964)

    ... it is a rather curious thing to have to divide one’s life into personal and official compartments and temporarily put the personal side into its hidden compartment to be taken out again when one’s official duties are at an end.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)

    A miracle is the violation of mathematical, divine, immutable, eternal laws. By this very statement, a miracle is a contradiction in terms. A law cannot be immutable and violable at the same time.... God cannot do anything without reason; so what reason could make him temporarily disfigure his own handiwork?
    Voltaire [Fran├žois Marie Arouet] (1694–1778)