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- adj. Relating to meteorology; meteorological.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the atmosphere and its phenomena, or to meteorology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as meteorological.
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- adj. of or pertaining to atmospheric phenomena, especially weather and weather conditions
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They're very useful meteorologic phenomenons ... if you can keep them under control.
In 1903, the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition (also the Scotia Expedition) under the leadership of William Spiers Bruce establish a weather station in the South Orkneys on Laurie Island and took systematic meteorologic data through the winter.
This expedition planned to winter ashore (a first) and collect meteorologic and magnetic data over a full twelve month period.
Bruce's team establish a weather station in the South Orkneys on Laurie Island and took systematic meteorologic data through the winter.
Also, significant meteorologic, magnetic, and zoologic study was undertaken.
We just need to create enough force to knock the Earth out of its orbit, causing meteorologic and environmental havoc.
The congressman, like Garn, would be taking photos of various geologic, meteorologic, and oceanographic phenomena.
Left one micrahc of a crater, which has since more or less been filled in and covered up by the usual geologic and meteorologic forces.
Maximum and minimum temperature data are the most common and reliable data obtained in field meteorologic stations worldwide.
Whether the constant heavy overcast condition which seemed to prevail during daylight hours was the result of magic or some strange meteorologic condition I was never sure, but it did nothing to alleviate the air of gloom that clung to the town of Blut like a shroud.