Temporary may refer to:
- Temporary variable
- Temporary file
- Temporary folder
- Temporary filesystem
- Other uses
- Temporary work, a common working arrangement
- Temporary rank
Other articles related to "temporary":
... Temporary Music is the 1979 debut EP and 1981 debut album by the New York based No Wave music group Material ... The Temporary Music 1 EP was recorded in 1979 and the Temporary Music 2 EP in 1980 ...
... Temporary Temple is a live album by Psychic TV ... It was later coupled with another concert and released on CD as Temporary Temple Atonal ...
... 1979 Temporary Music 1 (see Temporary Music album) 1981 Temporary Music 2 (see Temporary Music album) 1981 American Songs ...
... Congress Working Committee spokesperson, Veerappa Moily, said "Providing makeshift and temporary accommodation for yatris and pilgrims all over the country is not a new phenomenon.. ... spend a lot of money in providing temporary facilities during Kumbh Mela, Puri rath yatra festival" ... said that it was absurd to suggest all such temporary shelters could be made permanent ...
Famous quotes containing the word temporary:
“The great attraction of fashion is that it diverted attention from the insoluble problems of beauty and provided an easy waywhich money could buy ... to a simply stated, easily reproduced ideal of beauty, however temporary that ideal.”
—Theodore Zeldin (b. 1923)
“It is the custom of the immortal gods to grant temporary prosperity and a fairly long period of impunity to those whom they plan to punish for their crimes, so that they may feel it all the more keenly as a result of the change in their fortunes.”
—Julius Caesar [Gaius Julius Caesar] (10044 B.C.)
“When the doctrine of allegiance to party can utterly up-end a mans moral constitution and make a temporary fool of him besides, what excuse are you going to offer for preaching it, teaching it, extending it, perpetuating it? Shall you say, the best good of the country demands allegiance to party? Shall you also say it demands that a man kick his truth and his conscience into the gutter, and become a mouthing lunatic, besides?”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)