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- adj. atmospheric
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as atmospheric.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or located in the atmosphere
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The romance, although not necessarily always "small," is nevertheless "selective," content, as Hawthorne put it, to "manage [its] atmospherical medium as to bring out or mellow the lights and deepen and enrich the shadows of the picture."
If he think fit, also, he may so manage his atmospherical medium as to bring out or mellow the lights, and deepen and enrich the shadows, of the picture.
Writers from James to Hemingway and beyond foreswore the managing of "atmospherical medium" in order to emphasize fidelity to the "probable" (partly, it must also be said, to bring fiction a perceived respectability that the Romantic dabbling in what Hawthorne also called the "marvellous" did not), and perhaps some of their influence does linger on.
I watched the first one and was blown away…a great example for classic European storytelling, they´re not trying to explain everything like Americans would do….it´s slightly much more silent, atmospherical, authentic and intense than the mainstream, always giving you enough time to feel the tensions rising.
In a more fluid state the sphere would show the disc as equitor movement (cloud, s or other atmospherical phenomenon.) on the level of DNA this is the switching mechanism or in the case of earth the movement of the pentagram causes friction and movement of plates to cause earthquake, s etc.
At a much greater distance — for the estuary is here very wide — the line of the English coast was seen on the verge of the water, resembling one of those fog-banks on which mariners are said to gaze, uncertain whether it be land or atmospherical delusion.
AWEM is “a very simple atmospherical movie made of simple shots showing wasteland, rusty shipwreck, dead bird in oil and heart touching things like that.”
Full of this idea, the scientific gentleman seized his pen again, and committed to paper sundry notes of these unparalleled appearances, with the date, day, hour, minute, and precise second at which they were visible: all of which were to form the data of a voluminous treatise of great research and deep learning, which should astonish all the atmospherical wiseacres that ever drew breath in any part of the civilised globe.
It is quite easy to understand, and its progress depends upon atmospherical conditions.
An alternative methodology to assess palaeo-atmospherical CO2 concentrations, is based on the inverse relationship between the number of leaf stomata and the atmospheric CO2 concentration.