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- adj. Of or relating to geography; geographic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to geography; relating to the surface of the earth or of any part of it.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. determined by geography
- adj. of or relating to the science of geography
And this, which I call a geographical and a chronological account, is the only account we have.
The life expectancy benefit of heat is large, too: These longevity gains associated with long term trends in geographical mobility account for 8%-15% of the total gains in life expectancy experienced by the US population over the past 30 years.
Myths are culturally given and are shared by members of a certain geographical or generational cohort.
Adams spoke in geographical terms of a nation rapidly expanding toward the Pacific.
The tragedy is a Roman play characterized by swift, panoramic shifts in geographical locations and in registers, alternating between sensual, imaginative Alexandria and the more pragmatic, austere Rome.
Moreover, whereas Mesopotamia, with large urban clusters across a flat landscape, is conducive to military occupation, Afghanistan is, in geographical terms, hard to even hold together.
In the Biblical story of the Israelite journey through the desert to the promised land what was in geographical distance only a three month trek took forty years.
Due to the overloaded 3G network, it is quite common for iPhone users to only be on the 3G network for a few minutes before being bumped to the slower EDGE network despite being in geographical areas allegedly rich with 3G network coverage.
I enjoyed the argument that unofficial neighborhoods often named for the major thoroughfare or main geographical/cultural feature do not actually exist.
One house could retain geographical districts but the other could have proportional representation.