isothere

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isothere

(ˈaɪsəʊˌθɪə)
n
(Physical Geography) a line on a map linking places with the same mean summer temperature. Compare isocheim
[C19: from iso- + Greek theros summer]
isotheral adj
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Nipper's nominal interest is the weather--weather, of course, having long been a subject of fascination for poets and thinkers: Goethe had his famous "weather glass," Heidegger his career as a World War I weatherman, while the propitious functioning of "isotherms and isotheres" on a "fine day in August 1913" frames the placid conditions from which erupt Robert Musil's Man Without Qualities (1930/1942).
The isotherms and isotheres were functioning as they should.