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  • n. The art or process of making barometrical measurements.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The art or process of making barometrical measurements.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The art or operation of conducting barometric measurements, experiments, observations, or the like.


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  • His other accomplishments in physics includes a study of bodies in free fall (closely modeled on Galileo's work), a mature enunciation of the principle of inertia, and an early and reasonably accurate interpretation of the Pascalian barometry experiments of the late 1640s.

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  • Other accomplishments in physics included a compelling measurement of the speed of sound (showing that sound travels at the same speed, no matter the nature of its pitch), and the first satisfactory interpretation of the Pascalian barometry experiment.

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  • Later, he experimented in barometry, and pursued investigations in mechanics.

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  • But who had ever passed back against the current of the earth's barometry, from the spa to the reservoir, like Andrew Waples, of

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  • Build a rain gauge, barometry and anemometry, make a cloud in a bottle and learn about the water cycle.

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  • He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in London on the strength of his barometry and instrumentation skills.

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  • In addition to barometric pressure sensing in HDD, barometry and altimeter applications, the MPL115A pressure sensor offers absolute pressure measurement for industrial equipment, such as desktop weather stations and vacuum equipment.

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