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- adv. In a topographic manner.
- adv. Regarding topography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of topography.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with regard to topography
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Forgive the exploitative sentiment in my tangent here, but personally I'd love to go hang out there for a week with a serious wide-angled macro lens and photograph all the accumulated textures on the concrete super close up, inspecting those worthless objects as a kind of topographically ambiguous landscape of urban scarring and political wounding - the wall as a fossil for the brutality of occupation; remnants of a colossal crime scene.
It was wooden, made from hundreds of sheets sliced out topographically, then vitreous and lit from several points within, glowing like a happy dream.
They did look like something that could have been produced by an erotic bakery — two topographically significant and mildly suggestive mounds rising from the P'tit Coeur's smooth surface.
Bowen questioned whether the recent infusion of money into the war in Afghanistan was a wise decision, noting that it's "a much more primitive place than Iraq," much larger, topographically rugged and more ethnically diverse.
Here's what we know for fact -- that the dark side of the moon is very different topographically, and probably geologically, from the side of the moon that faces us.
San Miguel is a bit overblown and, unfortunately, overloaded with Texans but extraordinarily beautiful if a bit topographically challenging while San Cristóbal is a relatively flat if more practical place settled by the Spanish colonialists after the the Chiapanecos kicked their asses out of the valley along the banks of the Rio Grijalva.
The tops of these hills are not officially within the Staffordshire Moorlands district but are close enough to be part of it topographically.
It is no more or less difficult to control than any topographically similar area.
Until recent geologic times, the isthmus south of central Nicaragua was discontinuous, volcanically active and topographically and environmentally diverse.
The activation results in a topographically organized representation. . .