• on a temporary basis
  • 一時的に,期限付きで
  • temporary accommodations
  • 臨時収容施設
  • temporary relief
  • つかの間の安心
  • A subsequent court hearing found in the Met's favour as it was a temporary arrangement.
  • Wikipedia: Metropolitan Railway
  • A temporary wooden building was constructed each year, called Dover Castle, from which gunfire salutes were sounded during the competitions.
  • Wikipedia: Cotswold Olimpick Games
  • According to figures published by the Commission, 23,803 persons were employed by the Commission as officials and temporary agents in September 2012.
  • Wikipedia: European Commission
  • After carrying out temporary repairs in Abu Qir Bay, Bellerophon hoisted jury masts and, towing the captured Spartiate with HMS Majestic, sailed to Gibraltar for a refit.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Bellerophon (1786)
  • Although this phase was completed in 2001, its effects were not visible until the following year, when the temporary protective structure was unveiled.
  • Wikipedia: Fountain of Time
  • As a receiving ship she served as a temporary berth for new naval recruits until they received a posting to a ship.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Temeraire (1798)
  • Aside from a temporary decrease in a few species of aquatic insects, no long term impact has been observed on aquatic life in any of Yellowstone's rivers or lakes.
  • Wikipedia: Yellowstone fires of 1988
  • Barnes deemed the DNC's vote immaterial; once the convention met on July 7, it quickly elected a silver man, Virginia Senator John Daniel, as temporary chairman and appointed a committee to review credentials friendly to the silver cause.
  • Wikipedia: William Jennings Bryan presidential campaign, 1896
  • Chauvel responded by bringing up reserves and appointing a temporary post commander, Lieutenant Colonel H.
  • Wikipedia: Harry Chauvel
  • During the rebuilding of the market square, the existing stalls were relocated to a number of temporary locations in the area to allow them to continue trading, including the courtyard and rear of the City Hall development and surrounding streets.
  • Wikipedia: Norwich Market
  • During the Second World War the government was concerned that Axis bombers would target the bridge, and a temporary bridge known as Millbank Bridge was built parallel to Vauxhall Bridge, 200 yards (180 m) downstream.
  • Wikipedia: Vauxhall Bridge
  • From August 1950, he also held temporary command of the base's Avro Lincoln heavy bomber formation, No. 82 Wing.
  • Wikipedia: Colin Hannah
  • Granted leave to Paris from 12 January to 2 February 1918, he was promoted to temporary lieutenant colonel on 15 March and assumed command of the 4th Machine Gun Battalion.
  • Wikipedia: Harry Murray
  • He served in this position until February 1951, when he was appointed General Officer Commanding Southern Command with the rank of temporary lieutenant general.
  • Wikipedia: Henry Wells (general)
  • He was also given the rank of temporary lieutenant-general and war substantive major-general.
  • Wikipedia: Brian Horrocks
  • He was appointed to command the 18th Field Artillery Battery, and became a temporary major on 1 September 1917, which became substantive on 10 September 1917.
  • Wikipedia: Frank Berryman
  • However, Bryan, lacking a seat at the start of the convention, could not be elected temporary chairman.
  • Wikipedia: Cross of Gold speech
  • In 1917, he became battalion commander with the temporary rank of lieutenant-colonel.
  • Wikipedia: Arthur Percival
  • In April 2012 one of the lines original engines No.2 Dolgoch departed from Talyllyn metals, and for 9 days run on a temporary track at the Llangollen Railway during the popular Steel Steam and Stars Gala.
  • Wikipedia: Talyllyn Railway
  • In early June, La Salle summoned the rest of the colonists from the temporary campsite to the new settlement site.
  • Wikipedia: French colonization of Texas
  • In January 1936, the Grand Coulee Bridge (a permanent highway bridge) was opened after major delays caused by high water; three additional and temporary bridges downstream had moved vehicles and workers along with sand and gravel for cement mixing.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Coulee Dam
  • Missouri transferred a landing party of 200 officers and men to the battleship Iowa for temporary duty with the initial occupation force for Tokyo on 21 August.
  • Wikipedia: USS Missouri (BB-63)
  • On 14 August 1942, Herring was ordered to Esk, Queensland, to assume command of II Corps with the temporary rank of Lieutenant General.
  • Wikipedia: Edmund Herring