01. Everyone at my office hates each other, which makes the [atmosphere] really uncomfortable.
02. The meteor burned up as soon as it entered the Earth's [atmosphere].
03. Exhaust from cars, combined with [atmospheric] gases resulted in a thick layer of smog over the city.
04. [Atmospheric] conditions were affected a great deal by the presence of volcanic dust in the air from the recent eruption.
05. The space shuttle should re-enter our [atmosphere] early tomorrow morning.
06. The [atmosphere] in the room was still very tense after the argument was over.
07. Smog has contributed to the [atmospheric] gases already building up.
08. Ricther once said that the conscience of children is formed by the influences that surround them; their notions of good and evil are the result of the moral [atmosphere] they breathe.
09. Dorothy Parker once suggested that the best way to keep children at home is to make the home [atmosphere] pleasant...and let the air out of their tires.
10. A drop of water may travel thousands of miles between the time it evaporates into the [atmosphere], and the time it falls to the earth again as rain, sleet, or snow.
11. Too many people in modern society live in an [atmosphere] of constant change and stress.
12. Nigeria's warm, moist climate provides an [atmosphere] in which many diseases thrive and pose a threat to humans.
13. Hurricanes occur when a drop in [atmospheric] pressure is accompanied by unstable air currents.
14. In October of 1967, a Soviet spacecraft entered the [atmosphere] of the planet Venus, and began transmitting data back to Earth.
15. A favorable [atmosphere] for business initiatives has helped stimulate the economy in recent years.
16. Growing plants use ground water, which is subsequently expelled back into the [atmosphere].
17. Only the lower part of our earth's [atmosphere] is visible, in the form of the clouds we see floating in our sky.
18. Joints in rock allow the [atmosphere] and water to attack the rock body at a greater depth.
19. The earth's [atmosphere] is made up of a mixture of highly mobile gases.
20. Due to its wide commercial interests, Venice during the Renaissance was known for its cosmopolitan [atmosphere].

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