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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 hydraulic system is separated atmospherically and is maintenance-free.
Anything pictorially or atmospherically that you can create is what you want to do.
The inspirationally variable but atmospherically uniform volume's concluding poem is very different from the rest, like the flag from the flagship it adorns.
Prior to bioconcentration and biomagnification in higher trophic levels, atmospherically deposited inorganic divalent mercury (HgII) must be transformed, via anaerobically mediated microbial processes, to (C[H.
Her visits to the artists' studios are described atmospherically.
Eventually, the technology found its way into astronomy, where it can overcome the atmospherically induced twinkling and blurring that afflict images of stars (SN: 6/8/91, p.
It can be dyed at 212() atmospherically and potentially using less chemicals.
Description: This recall involves atmospherically vented propane and natural gas water heaters in 30, 40, 50 and 60 gallon capacities.
It is atmospherically staged in Victorian London with cobbled streets, apothecary shops and steamy underworld.
Dan Walters, next to play, effectively allowed his low notes to prolong atmospherically, and projected his passionate vocals with unprecedented glory.
Oil-fired and coal fired power stations are extremely atmospherically polluting, that is why there is a policy in the UK to phase them out when they have come to the end of their useful lives and not replace them.