Definition of Isallobaric

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isallobaric

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isabel
isabella
isabella grape
isabella moth
isabellas
isabelline
isabels
isagoge
isagoges
isagogic
isagogical
isagogics
isagon
isallobar
isallobaric (current term)
isallobars
isamiashi
isapostolic
isarithm
isarithms
isatide
isatides
isatin
isatine
isatines
isatinic
isatins
isatis
isatogen

Literary usage of Isallobaric

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1. Forecasting Weather by Napier Shaw (1911)
"The interval to be selected as the one during which the change shall be estimated naturally gives rise to the consideration as to what an isallobaric chart ..."

2. Bulletin by Mount Weather Observatory, Bluemont, Va, United States Weather Bureau (1911)
"When this isallobaric gradient coincides approximately with the direction of the wind, then the strength of the wind is considerably greater than that which ..."

3. Bulletin of the Mount Weather Observatory by Mount Weather Observatory (U.S.), Willis Luther Moore, United States Weather Bureau, United States Government Printing Office (1911)
"When this isallobaric gradient coincides approximate!}* with the direction of the wind, then the strength of the wind is considerably greater than that ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"NILS EKHOLM in a recent work* makes •use of isallobaric charts (charts of equal changes of pressure) in addition to the usual isobaric charts. ..."

5. Forecasting Weather by Napier Shaw (1911)
"The interval to be selected as the one during which the change shall be estimated naturally gives rise to the consideration as to what an isallobaric chart ..."

6. Bulletin by Mount Weather Observatory, Bluemont, Va, United States Weather Bureau (1911)
"When this isallobaric gradient coincides approximately with the direction of the wind, then the strength of the wind is considerably greater than that which ..."

7. Bulletin of the Mount Weather Observatory by Mount Weather Observatory (U.S.), Willis Luther Moore, United States Weather Bureau, United States Government Printing Office (1911)
"When this isallobaric gradient coincides approximate!}* with the direction of the wind, then the strength of the wind is considerably greater than that ..."

8. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"NILS EKHOLM in a recent work* makes •use of isallobaric charts (charts of equal changes of pressure) in addition to the usual isobaric charts. ..."

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