- The suppression of everyday within the diary to prevent the date of new moon being set on a daily basis far too late, or the suppression associated with bissextile time once in 134 many years.
- The suppression of each day when you look at the calendar to avoid the date of new moon being set each day far too late, and/or suppression of the bissextile time once in 134 years. The contrary for this is the proemptosis, and/or addition of each and every day every 330 many years, and another every 2,400 years.
- In chronology, the solar equation which may be essential to prevent the schedule brand-new moon from occurring a day too late, or perhaps the suppression of this bissextile when in 134 many years.
Sentence for "metemptosis"
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