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at·mos·pher·ic

 (ăt′mə-sfîr′ĭk, -sfĕr′-) also at·mos·pher·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or existing in the atmosphere.
2. Produced by, dependent on, or coming from the atmosphere.
3. Resembling or representing the atmosphere; having or giving the effect of translucence: a painting suffused with a hazy, atmospheric glow.
4. Intended to evoke a particular emotional tone or aesthetic quality: lush atmospheric touches in every room.

at′mos·pher′i·cal·ly adv.
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A man should not go where he cannot carry his whole sphere or society with him,--not bodily, the whole circle of his friends, but atmospherically.
The tragedy, where Hamlet must avenge his father's death but struggles with the task he has set for himself, is directed by Lyndsey Turner and, according to Andrzej Lukowski for Time Out magazine, it is "one of the most visually and atmospherically stunning productions I've ever seen, of anything, ever.
In the early 1960s, Houston power broker and former mayor Judge Roy Hofheinz began pushing for a domed, atmospherically controlled stadium.
ISLAMABAD -- A three-day International 'Science-Policy Conference on Climate Change' will start from December 18 to assemble latest scientific findings on policy-relevant issues on atmospherically changes in the country.
Orchestra leader Michele Northam acquitted herself very well and atmospherically in her unaccompanied passages, which included some well executed and presumably quite tricky double-stopping.
The advantages are: (1) Experiments will be conducted under atmospherically relevant conditions.
The follow-up to Carousel, Bloom builds on that foundation, masterfully walking the line between being atmospherically wintery and invitingly warm.
Singer Dave Bayley retains his trademark, atmospherically androgynous vocals, and his lyrics remain enjoyably unpretentious (opener Life Itself, for example, features the modest refrain, "I can't get a job/So I live with my mum").
Singer Dave Bayley retains his trademark, atmospherically androgynous vocals, and his lyrics remain enjoyably unpretentious (opener Life Itself, for example, features the modest refrain, "can't get a job/So I live with my mum") - which is surprising, given the breadth depth of talent the band possess.
The Little Prince is one of a kind and the new edition is true to the atmospherically factual style of the fantasy.
The sheer extravagant chutzpah manifests itself in the 12 - yes 12 - off-stage horns (plus two trumpets and two trombones), who play, atmospherically, like far away huntsmen, as the symphony ascends the Alpine slopes.
These results will help fill the gap in our understanding of the surface chemistry driven by iron in atmospherically relevant surfaces.