An approximation of the Earth’s gravitational pull as a function of elevation. The additional mass beneath an object standing on the ground at a high elevation (such as on a mountain) leads to a higher amount of gravitational force. If the strength of gravity at sea level is known, then its value at higher elevations can be approximated using the Bougeur correction. Standardly, the correction equals 0.4186 ρh, where ρ is the assumed average density of the Earth, and h is the difference in altitude between the place where the strength of gravity is known and where it is being approximated. This value is added to the value of gravity at the lower location to yield an approximation of its value at the higher one. Compare free-air correction.
Adolphe William [a-dawlf veel-yam] /aˈdɔlf vilˈyam/ (Show IPA), 1825–1905, French painter. Contemporary Examples Michael Jackson: An Oral History The Daily Beast July 5, 2009 Historical Examples The Princess Elopes Harold MacGrath The History of Modern Painting, Volume 3 (of 4) Richard Muther French Art W. C. Brownell Pictures Every Child Should Know Dolores Bacon The […]
a soup or stew containing several kinds of fish and often shellfish, usually combined with olive oil, tomatoes, and saffron. Contemporary Examples What Does the ASA Boycott Mean? They Don’t Know. Jay Michaelson December 3, 2013 Fresh Picks George Mendes September 6, 2010 Historical Examples The Car That Went Abroad Albert Bigelow Paine His Masterpiece […]
a clear, usually seasoned broth made by straining water in which beef, chicken, etc., has been cooked, or by dissolving a commercially prepared bouillon cube or cubes in hot water. Historical Examples The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened Kenelm Digby L’Assommoir Emile Zola The Brute Frederic Arnold Kummer Social Life Maud C. Cooke […]
a small compressed cube of dehydrated beef, chicken, or vegetable stock.