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spatial

 [spa´shal]
pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl), Avoid the misspelling spacial.
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

/spa·tial/ (spa´shul) pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl)
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

pertaining to space.

spatial clustering
in geographical terms the cases in an outbreak of disease are clustered in groups and not spread randomly.
spatial distribution
the distribution of a population within an area.
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The imperial fantasy that Oriani's texts construct through the temporalization of space and the spatialization of history is predicated upon the notion that a nation-state's relationship to progressive temporality may be negotiated through its incorporation (or annihilation) of anterior space.
Thus the spatialization of multiculturalism is also affected by the varied maps of decency, as reflections of various systems of power relations.
When what I have schematically defined as the spatialization of time occurs, time loses all its dialectic nature.
ULTIMATELY, we are talking about the spatialization of power, with space in Wright's novel thus providing the occasion for an exploration of agency: who or what defines and controls space?
theoretical and empirical tools that classify, serialize, and regulate collectivities, and [the production] of the collectivities so engendered'); and a spatialization effect (that involves 'the production of boundaries .
Topics addressed include: how tape-based and hard-disk-based recordings are made, auditory scene analysis, real-time granular synthesis, voice concatenation, speech processing, applied signal processing, HRTF spatialization, music composition, and auditory psychophysics, among others.
The Gravity Star (which has a slightly more insistent presence in the novel than the Memory Flower) complements the Memory Flower's spatialization of time through the unleashing of the chronologization of space.
Through sound, Harlem's residents created a counterpublic sphere that was a spatialization of black self-expression commonly understood to be an inherently political act.
From its very inception, utopian spatialization has not been kind to Indigenous people.
It cultivates "intellectual or cognitive virtues" of spatialization, pattern recognition, and problem solving, virtues that reflect twenty-first-century realities better than traditional knowledge and reading/math skills.
Peter, whether he knew it or not, was arguing on behalf of "the spatialization of the fundamental hierarchies of Christian society" (259).
This spatialization of difference does not necessarily require an encounter with the alter in any realistic sense, however.