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The study of mountains.
o′ro·log′i·cal (ôr′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
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On Thursday the hottest temperature on the Iberian Peninsula was 45.7C in Mora, Portugal, just a few miles north of Beja, according to the country's mete-l i l i ti IPMAY t d orological
Brana, and V Gvozdic, "Impact of mete orological
factors on ozone concentrations modelled by time series analysis and multivariate statistical methods," Ecological Informatics, vol.
But the poetic form [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] did creep into at least one second-century writer who was careful: Arrian in one of his mete orological
fragments uses [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]; (14) and it is also offered as a way of describing cheeks by Pollux 2.87.