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cartographically

Definitions

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  • adv. From a cartographic perspective.
  • adv. In the manner of a cartographer.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. By cartography.

Etymologies

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cartographic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • Where it looks the least cluttered cartographically, the subway goes.

    Call 811

  • The goal was to create a global, cartographically accurate and cosmetically enhanced digital photographic mosaic of the Moon that can be accessed by scientists and amateurs alike.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • While creating a mosaic map may seem straightforward – just stitch together multiple images taken by the spacecraft — it was actually quite a challenge to create cartographically accurate maps from images with varying resolution (from about 100 to 900 meters per pixel) and lighting conditions (from noontime high Sun to dawn and dusk) taken from a spacecraft traveling at speeds greater than 2 kilometers per second (2,237 miles per hour).

    MESSENGER Team Releases First Global Map of Mercury | Universe Today

  • The trauma was also located cartographically, by centimeter.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • There isn't a way that New Jersey has been sliced and diced cartographically that is not available at this site.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • We needed to show cartographically the pipelines, platforms, and wells: Arc2Earth let us cut the tiles automatically-check.

    Planet Geospatial

  • The Middle East -- and what a cartographically and historically loaded term that is -- is a flashpoint for reasons that really don't speak much to the prior political age or episteme of Moorish Spain.

    The “Do You Know What MySpace Is?” of its Day | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • An August 26 review in the Wall Street Journal praises Alessandro Scafi's new book Mapping Paradise for its groundbreaking "fresh look" at the historical practice of cartographically depicting paradise.

    The Chicago Blog: Review: Scafi, Mapping Paradise

  • “We could be anywhere,” said Doctor Svenson, adding after a silence where neither woman spoke, “speaking cartographically …”

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • Artistic license notwithstanding, I believe that -- geologically and/or cartographically speaking -- it would have been the backbone of the Coast Range, rather than the Sierra Nevada, that you were speeding up to Napa.

    that's a 1976 German syrah

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