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temple

 [tem´p'l]
the lateral region on either side of the head, above the zygomatic arch.

tem·ple

(tem'pĕl),
1. The area of the temporal fossa on the side of the head above the zygomatic arch.
2. The part of a spectacle frame passing from the rim backward over the ear.
[L. tempus (tempor-), time, temple]

temple

/tem·ple/ (tem´p'l) the lateral region on either side of the head, above the zygomatic arch.

temple

(tĕm′pəl)
n.
1. The flat region on either side of the forehead.
2. Either of the sidepieces of a frame for eyeglasses that extends along the temple and over the ear.

tem·ple

(tem'pĕl)
1. The area of the temporal fossa on the side of the head above the zygomatic arch.
2. The part of a spectacle frame passing from the rim backward over the ear.
[L. tempus (tempor-), time, temple]

temple 

1. See side of a spectacle frame.
2. The lateral area of the human head between the outer canthi and the ears and above the zygomatic arch.

temple

the lateral region on either side of the head, above the zygomatic arch; a term commonly used in humans, but not in animals.
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Other Mexican cartels such as the Zetas have also moved into a range of criminal activities, but the Knights Templar was perhaps the most systematic cartel, extorting almost every business in its territories.
Because, of all the Crusading orders of the High and Late Middle Ages contemporaneous with Dante or nearly so, the Templars led in three respects: they were the wealthiest, being leaders in European banking; the most persecuted, both by the Inquisition and by military factions; and they responded so deeply to gnostic religious-philosophical insights that titles like the King of Jerusalem and names like Bernard of Clairvaux are inseparable from their movement.
The government has formed an uneasy alliance with the vigilantes to bring the Knights Templar to heel, but fears that the so-called self-defense groups have been penetrated by organized crime created doubts about Pena Nieto's strategy.
The Knights Templar ruled many parts of Michoacan with an iron fist, demanding extortion payments from businesses, farmers and workers, but the self-defense groups have gained ground against the cartel in recent months.
The Knights Templar leader Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, admitted being a criminal but said his gang is defending Michoacan against rival drug gangs.
The Knights Templar cartel, which controls much of Michoacan, has been fighting rivals along its borders with other states including Guerrero, where a variety of smaller cartels control drug-smuggling and other criminal activities.
Indeed, when the first Continental Congress convened, Peyton Randolph of Virginia, a Middle Templar, was elected its first President in 1773.
Written in casual language Templar (author of the "Rules of .
The relative loss of Templar archives makes this comparison difficult to carry off effectively, but Riley-Smith's own discussion of the orders' governance (43-49) seems to undercut this position, and in any case Jochen Burgtorf's The Central Convent of Hospitallers and Templars: History, Organization, and Personnel 1099/1120-1310 (Leiden: Brill, 2008) makes it clear that the Templars did develop over time.