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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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Baric and his team believe that WIV1-CoV has the potential to induce similar results with proper adaptation to humans.
Od ostalih pojavljuju se preopcavanja prema prvoj glagolskoj vrsti (Baric i sur., 1997.: prvi razred pete vrste) te prema drugoj gla golskoj vrsti (Baric i sur., 1997.: cetvrta vrsta).
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In a final rallying call before tomorrow's Group B crunch against England, Baric hailed his stars as equals to the legendary side who finished third in France 98.
Croatia coach Otto Baric and his troops are confident they can beat England and claim a place in the Euro 2004 quarter-finals.
CROATIA coachOtto Baric and his troops are confident they can beat England and claim a quarter-final final.