from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Topography.


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  • Eggleston clearly inherits from pre- and postwar American Scene photographers, urban and rural alike, and is of a like mind with those of his contemporaries, practitioners of the "new topographics" who in the 1970s were measuring the social landscape with an intense dispassion.

    Peter Frank: Pioneering Art: Three Retrospectives At LACMA

  • No more blank spaces on the topographics, no second Topapasirut.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead

  • Garmin has city maps for $15 and topographics maps for around a $100, or you can always grab some free maps online, there are a number of resources if you are willing to do the research.

  • Anyway, the TwoNav application for the iPhone lets users record tracks, provides exact altitude reading thanks to the use of a geoide connection, and also provides the option to overlay road maps with topographics maps.


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