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Cyclometrics - also known as cycleseology, the discipline of study dealing with the cycles present in the functionalities and ordered systems of The Cosmos; related terms include cyclometry, cyclometries, cyclometrical, cyclometricity, cyclometrist, cycleseologist, and cycleseological.
Relational cycles - in cyclometrics, cycles existing between two or more cosmic progeny or phenomena, especially so if such cycles are dependent upon one another for their proper function.
Cyclocentricity - the belief orientation central to the study of cycles holding that cycles are central to the structure, nature, and ontology of The Cosmos and/or The Universe; that the study of cycles holds the key to discovering the purpose, form, and nature of existence; related terms include cyclocentric.
Universal cyclometrics - also appellated as The Cycles of The Universe, a branch of cyclometrics dealing with the existence of cycles in The Universe, or cycles which hold a universal nature.
Cosmo-Universal cyclometrics - a branch of cyclometrics dealing with the study of the notion that cycles are transcosmic; they exist in cosmoses and in The Universe.
Non-Universal cyclometrics - a branch of cyclometrics concerned with studying the notion that cosmic cycles are distinct from the cycles present in The Universe due to the differences in the natures of such cycles.
Cosmic cycle - a type of cycle that is bound to the limited, finite, and transient nature of The Cosmos.
Universal cycle - a type of cycle that is bound to the unlimited, infinite, and permanent nature of The Universe.
Divine cycle - a type of cycle that are Divine in nature, form, and being.