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The air surrounding and bound to the Earth.
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In films, TV, etc., a general crowd of people, extras.
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This is a measurement of pressure to determine water resistance of watches. Each ATM is equal to 10 meters of water pressure.
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1630s, atmosphaera (modern form from 1670s), from Modern Latin atmosphaera, from Greek atmos "vapor, steam" + spharia "sphere" (see sphere). Greek atmos is from PIE *awet-mo-, from [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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The physical characteristics of the store such as architecture, layout, signs and displays, color, lighting, temperature, noise, and smells creating an image in the customer's mind.
Source: ama.org

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(atm) unit of measurement equal to air pressure at sea level, about 14.7 pounds per square inch. Also called standard atmospheric pressure.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A gaseous envelope gravitationally bound to a celestial body (e.g., a planet, its satellite, or a star). Different atmospheres have very different properties. For instance, the atmosphere of Venus is [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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The mixture of gases surrounding a planet.
Source: bom.gov.au

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The layer of gases surrounding the surface of a planet, moon, or star.
Source: amazingspace.org

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The emotional feelings inspired by a work. The term is borrowed from meteorology to describe the dominant mood of a selection as it is created by diction, dialogue, setting, and description. Often the [..]
Source: web.cn.edu

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from lower to higher:
Source: terrapsych.com

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a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement" standard atmosphere: a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth. The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen (78.1% volume mixing ratio) and oxygen (20.9% volume mixing ratio), together with a number of trace gases, such as argon (0.93% volume mixing ratio), helium, radiatively active greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (0.035% volume mixing ratio), and [..]
Source: www3.epa.gov

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the air that is around the earth
Source: eenglish.in

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layer of gases surrounding earth and held there by gravity. Nitrogen forms 78.09% by volume and Oxygen 20.95%. The remaining 0.96% is made up of a further 19 gases. The boundary of the atmosphere is 1 [..]
Source: itseducation.asia

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 – the general feeling of the surroundings that is created in the work such as peaceful or tragic; slightly different from mood which is the emotional reaction in the reader to the atmosphere alth [..]
Source: phccwritingcenter.org

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the pervading feeling created by a description of the setting, or the action e.g foreboding, happiness
Source: essentiallyeducation.co.uk

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refers to any concrete or nebulous quality or feeling that contributes a dimensional tone to a film's action. Examples: spookiness, howling wind, searing heat, blinding light, a rain downpour, et [..]
Source: filmsite.org

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Atmosphere refers to the gases surrounding a star or planetary body held in place by gravity. Atmosphere is also a unit of pressure. One atmosphere (1 atm) is defined to be equal to 101,325 Pascals.
Source: chemistry.about.com

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The mass of air surrounding the Earth that acts as a buffer between the Earth and the sun. It is mainly composed of nitrogen and oxygen with traces of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other gases. The [..]
Source: hurricanescience.org

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A unit of pressure equal to 14.7 lbs/in.2 and equivalent to the pressure created by a 10 m column of water. atmospheric deposition
Source: mhhe.com

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The outdoor air in general. Also a mixture of gases within any specified chamber, such as heat-treating furnace.
Source: aga.org

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The layer of gases that encircle the Earth. It can also describe the air or climate in a specific area.
Source: canadiangeographic.com

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Extras who are staged and photographed to portray normal human traffic needed to add detail in various script situations. (Production)
Source: filmland.com

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The layers of gases which surround a star, like our Sun, or a planet, like our Earth.
Source: starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov

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the air around the earth
Source: idahoptv.org

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1. The layer of gas around the Earth. 2. (atm) A non-SI unit of pressure equivalent to 101.325 kPa.
Source: sciencelearn.org.nz

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The gases surrounding the Earth or any astronomical body of sufficient mass, held together by the gravity of the body.
Source: experiland.com

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The layers of gases that surround Earth or another planet.
Source: mdk12.msde.maryland.gov

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[noun] The collective mass of gases that surrounds the Earth or another planet. Appears in modules:
Source: visionlearning.com

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Source: texasaquaticscience.org

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the envelope of gases surrounding the Earth
Source: gns.cri.nz

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All the gas (mostly air) that surrounds the Earth, extending from the Earth's surface to outer space.
Source: frankswebspace.org.uk

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth. The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen (78.1% volume mixing ratio) and oxygen (20.9% volume mixing ratio), together with a number of trace [..]
Source: climatehotmap.org

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The gases surrounding the Earth or any astronomical body. The air in a particular place. The mood or feeling in a situation.
Source: allwords.com

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(n) a particular environment or surrounding influence(n) a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade(n) the mass of air [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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The body of gases that surrounds a celestial body such as Earth (Lesson 28)
Source: silvergrovescience.angelfire.com

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The envelope of gases that surround a planet's surface held by the planet's gravity. Over the Earth, the atmosphere is divided into several layers based on their properties. The most common [..]
Source: islandnet.com

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the air that surrounds the earth; the farthest outer edge of the atmosphere is about 1000 km above the surface of the earth, but if you were 100 km above the surface of the earth, 99.9999% of the atmo [..]
Source: pacioos.hawaii.edu

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(n.) Gaseous mass enveloping a planet or star.
Source: earthguide.ucsd.edu

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"Atmosphere" is composed from the greek expressions "Atmos" = dust, fog and "spharia" = sphere. Therefore in its historic sense it concerns the ga [..]
Source: plasma.com

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the blanket of gases that surrounds the Earth. Used in a sentence: burr, it’s cold in here, it must be something in the atmosphere.
Source: reekoscience.com

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the blanket of air that surrounds the Earth. It is thickest near the ground and gradually fades away to nothing in outerspace.
Source: reekoscience.com

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth. The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen and oxygen, together with a number of trace gases (e.g. argon, helium) and greenhouse gases (e.g. ca [..]
Source: climatechangeinaustralia.gov.au

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The layer of gas (dry gases and water vapour) and dust surrounding the Earth,which is subdivided into: Troposphere (closest to Earth’s surface); Stratosphere; Mesosphere; Thermosphere (furthest away [..]
Source: climatica.org.uk

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The unit of pressure used to describe the water resistance of a watch
Source: saffronart.com

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the blanket of gas that surrounds the entire planet and extends to the edge of space. The atmosphere includes air, precipitation, clouds, and atmospheric aerosols.
Source: serc.carleton.edu

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A combination of all the gases surrounding planet Earth.
Source: justenergy.com

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The mass of air surrounding a planet. For the earth, the mass per unit area of the atmosphere is approximately 10,200 kg/m(squared). This is equivalent to an atmosphere with a thickness of 8.4 km and [..]
Source: web.csulb.edu

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A measure of pressure equal to about 14.7 psi.
Source: eaton.com

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A unit of measurement used to indicate the water resistance of a watch. One atmosphere equals 10 meters (33 feet).
Source: tourneau.com

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(1) The collection of gases surrounding the earth. (2) The air or climate in a specific place. (3) The pervading tone or mood of a place. (4) The background noises that are present in a scene or on [..]
Source: lossenderosstudio.com

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is the gaseous mass or envelope of air surrounding the Earth. From ground-level up, the atmosphere is further subdivided into the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and the thermosphere.
Source: edugreen.teri.res.in

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The layer of air surrounding the earth.
Source: deq.state.or.us

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Term for extras in a scene. The Assistant Director will call "Background" or "Background Action" so that these extras will begin their work just before the main actors are cued. ND [..]
Source: www1.nyc.gov

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the dominant mood or emotional tone of a film.
Source: www2.austincc.edu

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The gaseous envelope surrounding a Planet or similar body. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The mass of air surrounding the Earth.
Source: epa.ie

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The mass of air surrounding the Earth.
Source: metcheck.com

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The gaseous envelope surrounding a planet or similar body. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Source: medicaldictionaryweb.com

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The air surrounding the Earth, described as a series of shells or layers of different characteristics. The atmosphere, composed mainly of nitrogen and oxygen with traces of carbon dioxide, water vapor [..]
Source: earthobservatory.nasa.gov

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The gaseous shell that surrounds the Earth. Its major compo­nents are nitrogen and oxygen. The carbon dioxide content is only around 0.038 per cent. This gas, however, apart from water vapour, is the [..]
Source: worldoceanreview.com

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The layer of gases surrounding the earth.
Source: waterquest.ca

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Measures the normal pressure of the air at sea level. It is used in watchmaking to indicate water-resistance.
Source: amazon.com

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The gaseous mass or envelope of air
Source: arb.ca.gov

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the earth, composed primarily of nitrogen and oxygen.
Source: srh.noaa.gov

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the zone of air that surrounds a planet. Atmospheric Pressure
Source: rredc.nrel.gov

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The blanket of air that covers and surrounds our planet. Earth's atmosphere makes it possible for life to exist. It contains helpful gases that plants, animals, and people need to live. The atmos [..]
Source: scijinks.jpl.nasa.gov

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The sum total of all the gases surrounding the Earth, extending several hundred kilometers above the surface in a mechanical mixture of various gases in fluid-like motion. The permanent constituents a [..]
Source: shsu.edu

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the air
Source: mesonet.org

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the air surrounding and bound to earth.
Source: skystef.be

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The mass of air surrounding the Earth.
Source: aviationweather.ws

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The air surrounding and bound to the Earth.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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The atmosphere is composed of 78% nitrogen (N2), 21% oxygen (O2), 0.9% argon (Ar), 0.03% carbon dioxide (CO2), and trace amounts of other gases.
Source: novascotia.ca

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The whole mass of air surrounding the Earth. It is divided into various layers, distinguished from one another by distinct differences in vertical bands of temperature. Important for air traffic are the two lower layers: the tropo­sphere and, above it, the stratosphere. The troposphere's upper boundaries vary depending on season and latitude. [..]
Source: lufthansagroup.com

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The mass of air surrounding the Earth.
Source: care4air.org

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The layer of gases surrounding the surface of a planet, moon, or star.
Source: amazing-space.stsci.edu

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the study of the air surrounding the earth, or the atmosphere
Source: great-lakes.net

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 is a layer of gases surrounding a planet or other material body of sufficient mass that is held in place by the gravity of the body. An atmosphere is more likely to be retained if the gravi [..]
Source: ecolifestyles.eu

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The layer of gases surrounding Earth; composed mainly of nitrogen and oxygen.
Source: rowlandwater.com

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Refers to a store's physical characteristics that are used to develop an image and draw customers.
Source: prenhall.com

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The layer of gases surrounding the earth; the gases are mainly nitrogen (78%) and oxygen (around 21%)
Source: cgseurope.net

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The mixture of gases and particles surrounding the Earth where weather occurs.
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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A gaseous covering to a planet that is bound by gravity. Planets have very different atmospheres and each has very different properties.
Source: abc40.com

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A layer of air which covers the earth.
Source: metlink.org

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A thin envelope of gasses (also containing suspended solid and liquid particles and clouds) that encircles the globe.
Source: wrds.uwyo.edu

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The mass of air
Source: extremestorms.com.au

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general name for the layer of gases around a material body; the Earth's atmosphere consists, from the ground up, of the troposphere (which includes the planetary boundary layer or peplosphere, th [..]
Source: liquisearch.com

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1. A feeling or mood given by the surroundings 2. The air around the earth
Source: myths.e2bn.org

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The gaseous air surrounding and bound to the earth, by gravity or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet. In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by [..]
Source: pepperridgenorthvalley.com

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The envelope of gases surrounding the Earth.
Source: climate-risk-analysis.com

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The gaseous portion of a planet; the planet's envelope of air; one of the traditional subdivisions of the earth's physical environment.
Source: jaweather.com

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The air surrounding and bound to the Earth.
Source: weatherdudes.com

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The air surrounding Earth.
Source: cotf.edu

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Is the mixture of gases and water vapor surrounding the earth.
Source: massengineers.com

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The gases surrounding theor anybody. Thein aplace. *The apparentfelt in aen|air,Guernsey,Jersey * Norwegian: *: Bokmål:Guernsey,Jersey * Persian: (??????,tr=andarvâ) * Polish: (atmosfera,f) * P [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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A layer of gases surrounding the Earth.
Source: rgs.org

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth. The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen (78.1% volume mixing ratio) and oxygen (20.9% volume mixing ratio), together with a number of trace [..]
Source: ipcc-data.org

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An atmosphere is a gas layer around a celestial body. Atmosphere may also refer to: Atmosphere (unit), a unit of pressure Atmosphere of Earth Extraterrestrial atmospheres Stellar atmosphere
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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An atmosphere (from Greek, Modern ἀτμός (atmos), meaning 'vapour', and σφαῖρα (sphaira), meaning 'sphere') is a layer or a set of layers of gases surrounding a planet or other material [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is an American hip hop duo from Minneapolis, Minnesota, consisting of rapper Slug (Sean Daley) and DJ/producer Ant (Anthony Davis). Since its formation in 1989, the group has released nine [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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The standard atmosphere (symbol: atm) is a unit of pressure defined as 101325 Pa (1.01325 bar). It is sometimes used as a reference or standard pressure.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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An atmosphere (from Greek, Modern ἀτμός (atmos), meaning 'vapour', and σφαῖρα (sphaira), meaning 'sphere') is a layer or a set of layers of gases surrounding a planet or other material [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere: Electronic Suite is an album by Eloy Fritsch, a keyboard player known for his work in the progressive rock group Apocalypse. As a solo artist he creates cosmic electronic music. The closes [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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"Atmosphere" is a song by English post-punk band Joy Division. It was originally released in March 1980 by the Sordide Sentimental label as the "Licht und Blindheit" (German for "Light and Blindness") [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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An atmosphere (from Greek, Modern ἀτμός (atmos), meaning 'vapour', and σφαῖρα (sphaira), meaning 'sphere') is a layer or a set of layers of gases surrounding a planet or other material [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is a rock band established in 1993 in Leszno, Poland. Marcin Rozynek was a member of Atmosphere until 2000.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is the first album by Polish rock band Atmosphere. It was released in 1997.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is the second album by Sevenglory. It was released on October 30, 2007 through 7Spin Music.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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In architecture and spatial design, atmosphere refers to the sensorial qualities that a space emits. Atmosphere is an immediate form of physical perception, and is recognised through emotional sensibi [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is the eighth studio album of American house DJ and electronic dance music producer Kaskade. It was released in the United States and Canada on September 10, 2013 through Ultra Records.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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"Atmosphere" is a song by the American record producer Kaskade. It was released on 10 June 2013, through Ultra Music, as the second single from his tenth studio album Atmosphere. The song was nominate [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is a monthly peer-reviewed open access scientific journal covering research related to the Earth`s atmosphere. The journal is published by MDPI and was established in 2010. The founding edi [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Atmosphere is the biannual inflight magazine of Air Transat, one of the airlines operating in Canada.
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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The atmosphere is the vast gaseous envelope of air that surrounds the Earth. Its boundaries are not easily defined. The atmosphere contains a complex system of gases and suspended particles that behav [..]
Source: physicalgeography.net

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A unit of pressure, equal to a barometer reading of 760 mm Hg. 1 atmosphere is 101325 pascals and 1.01325 bar.
Source: antoine.frostburg.edu

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A layer of gases surrounding a planet, moon, or star. The Earth's atmosphere is 120 miles thick and is composed mainly of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and a few other trace gases.
Source: seasky.org

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layers of gases surrounding a planet or other celestial body. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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The gaseous or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet. In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by the earth's gravitational attraction. The divisions of the atmosphere include the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the ionosphere, and the exosphere. 
Source: virtualskies.arc.nasa.gov

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The overall feeling of the poem created through the poem's use of language, image and sound. Atmosphere appeals to the emotions and senses of the reader, eg tension, danger, squalor.
Source: schoolatoz.nsw.edu.au

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The layer of gases surrounding the surface of a planet, moon, or star.
Source: hubblesite.org

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A standard unit of pressure representing the pressure exerted by a 29.92-in. column of mercury at sea level at 45 degrees latitude and equal to 1000 g/cm2.
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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The envelope of air surrounding the Earth and bound to it by the Earth's gravitational attraction. Studies of the chemical properties, dynamic motions, and physical processes of this system constitute the field of meteorology.
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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The gaseous or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet. In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by the earth's gravitational attraction. The divisions of the atmosphere include the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the ionosphere, and the exosphere.
Source: docuweather.com

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The envelope of air surrounding the earth and bound to it more or less permanently by virtue of the earth’s gravitational attraction. The system whose chemical properties, dynamic motions, and physical processes constitute the subject matter of meteorology. Also, a unit of pressure. See standard atmosphere.
Source: novalynx.com

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The gaseous or air
Source: image.weather.com

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The air stuck to the Earth by gravity.
Source: mountainwatch.com

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The gaseous or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet. In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by the earth’s gravitational attraction. The divisions of the atmosphere include the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the ionosphere, and the exosphere.
Source: 40north70west.com

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The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth, held in place by gravity.
Source: celp.ca

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Layer of gases surrounding a star or planet.
Source: sci2.esa.int

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Shell round earth extending to height of 350 km. Comprises troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and ionosphere.
Source: rin.org.uk

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