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  • n. cartogram


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  • The shadows on that cartograph made no movement, gave no sign.

    The Weapon Shops of Isher

  • From all this, distinct in the receding past, it was possible to map out a cartograph as logical as the prose survey which it illustrates.

    0 Introduction. Stedman, Edmund Clarence, ed. 1900. An American Anthology, 1787-1900

  • I shall see if my library has this tomorrow. arabia 29 minutes ago 10:33 PM Evelyn Underhill is interestin­g, more like a cartograph ­er of mysticism.

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  • In another description she wrote: "it can be confusing because there are so many small streets and no map accounts for them because they appeared after the war and there is no money to cartograph them."

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  • Why are people ANGRY at Gmail for offering something that will be useful to people for whom IMAP sounds like how a cartograph would introduce itself and POP is what balloons do?



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