sensible atmosphere

sensible atmosphere

[′sen·sə·bəl ′at·mə‚sfir]
(meteorology)
That part of the atmosphere that offers resistance to a body passing through it.
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He said: "I hope there's a sensible atmosphere in terms of how the supporters of both sides react.
I just hope there's a sensible atmosphere in terms of how the supporters of both sides react," said Fergie.
But Mr Blair said: 'We discussed the issue of Gibraltar, where we agreed the talks would carry on, and indeed they have been carrying on, in a positive and sensible atmosphere.
But Mr Blair told reporters, ``We discussed the issue of Gibraltar, where we agreed the talks would carry on and indeed they have been carrying on, in a positive and sensible atmosphere.
I hope that discussions will be held in a sensible atmosphere, and that myself and the Levy Board's two other independent members are seen as disinterested observers in the search for a new system.