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As a former ambassador to the Republic of Korea, I could not help but to be moved by the images and warm atmospherics during the summit.
Physical environments or atmospherics (or servicescapes) of destination have been found to have antecedent impact on destination attachment (Baksi, 2015a; Baksi, 2015b).
The atmospherics in these respects are already deteriorating, and it is the younger generation with most at stake.
The songs are both melodic and neatly capture the atmospherics of the era, as do the stonewashed denim, chintzy curtains and dodgy moustaches.
The main objective of this text is to warn against atmospherics. However comfortable it might appear, an atmosphere is politically suspicious because it numbs a body into an affective embrace of stability and permanence.
Inside the scope box you'll find a card with a promo code good for one free Custom XR turret, which you order on the website by inputting data on: scope model; cartridge (with the option of using factory figures for velocity and BC or override with your own data); zero distance; atmospherics and more.
Education Secretary Armin Luistro said classes would be automatically suspended according to the typhoon signal warnings issued by the Philippine Atmospherics, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.
While its last film got its scares from creepy atmospherics, this one abandons ambience to pummel us with boo!
Speedsters don't come much more supreme than South Africa's Dale Steyn and evens is a good price about him taking two or more wickets at a ground where he prospers when atmospherics aid swing.
Revealing whodunit early on, the film could have used more vivid atmospherics and suspense to distinguish itself from myriad similarly themed (if mostly fictive) screen exercises.
Those in the village sometimes get the foreign network depending on the atmospherics and the weather but people on the beach are a permanently on the French network as the cliffs, made famous by the World War Two song sung by Dame Vera Lynn, block out any UK signal.