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- n. One who makes maps or charts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who makes charts or maps.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See chartographer, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who makes maps
Quigley had helped Violet and Klaus reach the top of Mount Fraught in order to find the V.F.D. headquarters and rescue Sunny from Count Olafs clutches, but another tributary of the Stricken Stream had carried him off in the opposite direction, and the cartographera word which here means "someone who is very good with maps, and of whom Violet Baudelaire was particularly fond" didnt even have a toboggan to keep him out of the chilly water. next »
Seth Lerer, 'cartographer' of children's literature
I don't know the whole story but I THINK that he was a cartographer just as America got named that due to an error by an Italian cartographer, Amerigo Vespucci.
In what voice am I to embody the person who wrote that first volume with little thought of publisher or readership during a cryptic, enisled time, I who live nearer the main and have had public definitions attached to me, including some I would like to shake off — environmentalist, cartographer — and whose readers will open this volume looking for more of the same and will be disappointed if they get it?
Using all of the freshly generated documentation, a German cartographer named Martin Waldseemuller prepared the first map of the New World in 1507.
Gertrude Bell--writer, explorer, cartographer, historian, politician, intelligence officer--was one of the older members of that generation, and her life has fascinated me for years.
“You become the librarian, archivist, cartographer, and curator of your life,” they write p.
Debut novelist Tania James maps her characters yearnings and missteps with the skills of a seasoned cartographer.
He and cartographer Robert Pratt made the selections based on cultural and historical relevance, as well as diversity.
For that, if you were a clever cartographer, you would somehow need to include STRATCOM, the U.S.