atmospheric[ at-muh s-fer-ik, -feer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF atmospheric
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The atmospheric heat had passed, and the men stood shivering in the water.
At the trinight hour the heat of our atmospheric passage was over.
"I wonder what the atmospheric sample will show," Tance said.
To this linear perspective is added moreover an atmospheric perspective.
He was the first to demonstrate the nature of atmospheric air and also of water.
He associates it with the atmospheric effects general in 1883.
This is done to relieve the atmospheric pressure in the final work.
But the atmospheric effects made no impression on the volatile Merrihew.
Gives me my height by showing the change in atmospheric pressure.
Franklin was once asked, "What is the use of your discovery of atmospheric electricity?"
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