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.
Tony Blair and his Spanish counterpart Jose Maria Aznar last night insisted talks over Gibraltar between the two nations remained on track in a 'positive and sensible atmosphere'.
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. These talks will continue.'
PRIME Minister Tony Blair and his Spanish counterpart Jose Maria Aznar last night insisted talks over Gibraltar between the two nations remained on track 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.
The exact mechanisms of how the objects enter Earth's atmosphere and break up several thousand kilometers above the sensible atmosphere remain vague.