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spher·ic (sph.),

(sfēr'ik),
Pertaining to, or shaped like, a sphere.
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That's not to say you should blithely charge into radar red zones with no spherics activity.
p]--pulsator' own mass at the first modification of spheric model;
It offers supplementary IOL products such as multifocal, spheric, toric and multifocal toric.
1] 5,61 369,09 108,3 SDI (%) 97,00 93,60 74,4 Reach (m) 1,06 1,12 3,97 Model Spheric Spheric Exponential Floor [R.
The spheric cysts are more common with no communication while tubular are less common and communicate with the adjacent GI tract lumen.
In this work, it is difficult to assign the oval and spheric sPP particles found in EV28/sPP oleogels to any of the above referred morphologies.
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BaskiAaAaAeA~as also recommended that trees with needle-like foliage, spheric canopy-structure, deep root systems, and strong wood should be replanted in areas that are typhoon-prone or high in elevation.
Comparisons of amplitude of pseudoaccommodation with aspheric yellow, spheric yellow, and spheric clear monofocal intraocular lenses.
This genus is characterized by the spheric hood, the absence of occipital spines, and by the two cysts, one on the posterior pronotal projection and one on the posterior region of the discoidal area of the hemelytra.
The tropo spheric jet became weaker at the lower latitude stations, Shigaraki [red] and Kagoshima [light blue], because of the latitudinal variations in the vertical structure of the tropospheric jet.