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- adj. Thermal.
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- adj. of, related to, or associated with heat; thermal
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- adj. Of or pertaining to heat; due to heat; thermal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to heat; thermal: as, thermic conditions.
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- adj. relating to or associated with heat
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Therefore, when the education of the attention has been begun, we may present to the child the rough and smooth surfaces (following certain thermic exercises described elsewhere in the book).
The basin soils are mostly Entisols and Aridisols that typically have a thermic temperature regime; they are warmer than those of Ecoregion 13.
Alfisols, Inceptisols, Mollisols, Spodosols (Pygmy Forest), Ultisols and Vertisols in combination with isomesic, mesic or thermic soil temperature regimes, and aquic, udic, ustic or xeric (moist end of range) soil moisture regimes.
Soil temperature regimes are mostly isothermic, and some are thermic.
The soil temperature regimes are mostly thermic, mesic at higher elevation, and some isomesic near the coast.
Soil temperature regimes are thermic, and soil moisture regimes are xeric.
The soil temperature regimes are mesic and thermic inland, mesic on the rolling hills between the Santa Rosa plain and the Pacific Ocean, and isomesic along the coast.
Alfisols, Entisols, Inceptisols, Mollisols, Ultisols and Vertisols in combination with isomesic, mesic or thermic soil temperature regimes and xeric, udic, ustic or aquic soil moisture regimes.
Alfisols, Entisols, Inceptisols, Mollisols, Ultisols and Vertisols in combination with thermic, isothermic or mesic soil temperature regimes and xeric, ustic or aquic soil moisture regimes.
The soil temperature regimes are thermic and isothermic.