time sense


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time sense

the faculty by which the passage of time is appreciated.

time sense

The ability to detect differences in time intervals.
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A critical time sense is required to develop an insight into what is happening internationally, working in collaboration with the community long term to secure the identity of Liverpool Chinatown.
Third, the time sense of the characters in the story, above all Quijote, whose illusion is to revive chivalry by imitating literary models.
The PCI contains 26 (sub) dimensions including 12 major dimensions (positive affect, negative affect, altered experience, visual imagery, attention, self awareness, altered state of awareness, internal dialogue, rationality, volitional control, memory, and arousal), and 14 minor dimensions (joy, sexual excitement, love, anger, sadness, fear, altered body image, altered time sense, altered perception, altered or unusual meaning, amount of imagery, vividness of imagery, direction of attention, and absorption) (Pekala, 1985).
One reason that isn't a problem is because he can always steal a glance at someone else's, and he's found that his time sense is always close to the mark.