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ba·ric

(ba'rik),
Relating to barometric pressure (as in isobar) or to weight generally.

baric

adjective Greek, meaning weight; pertaining to the weight of something.

Chemistry
Referring to barium; as, baric oxide.
 
Physics
Referring to weight or atmospheric pressure, as measured by a barometer.
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This type of work generates information about novel viruses circulating in animal populations and develops resources to help define the threat these pathogens may pose to human populations," Baric said.
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Manager: Zlatko Kranjcar is more forward-thinking than previous gaffer Otto Baric, who was a dinosaur, but is still yet to convince the Croatian public that his son Niko should start
Baric has worked with Milan Mandaric's new 'director' Velimir Zajec before and the pair are firm friends.
Baric is determined to break the heart of Rooney, whose two goals against Switzerland have caught the eye of the football world.
Baric called a players' meeting yesterday and the Croatians are convinced their dirty tricks will end up with the 18-year-old getting his marching orders and costing England a quarter-final place.
Baric is 70 years of age and says he'll quit after Euro 2004.
CROATIA coachOtto Baric and his troops are confident they can beat England and claim a place in the Euro 2004 quarter -finals.
Croatia coach Otto Baric and his troops are confident they can beat England and claim a place in the Euro 2004 quarter finals.