calendrical calendrical


  • (adj) relating to or characteristic of or used in a calendar or time measurement


  1. Still, these new calendrical sexhortations have their critics.
  2. The families of the 2,973 people murdered that day need no calendrical gimmick to feel their loss, but a nation of 300 million--rightly or wrongly--is another matter.
  3. In exchange for their toil, the people expected to attend royal marriages and ceremonies marking important astrological and calendrical events.


  • Your Essential Back–To–School Creative Refresher

    Everyone knows that the day after labor day is the real calendrical reckoning. New Year's slightly sickening mix of existential panic and enforced frivolity ain't got nothin' on the feeling of gravity that's carried on that first whiff of crisp air, when it's back to school, back to real pants, and back to business. So, with that in mind, and so that your creative edge doesn't fade along with ...
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine

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