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geographic

/geo·graph·ic/ (je″o-graf´ik) in pathology, of or referring to a pattern that is well demarcated, resembling outlines on a map.

geographic

pertaining to geography.

geographic epidemiology
the effect of climate, terrain, population of humans and animals, industrial enterprises on animal disease. Includes the zoogeography of the subject species itself, plus that of carrier species, and vectors and intermediate hosts, especially mobile ones such as insects. The distribution and concentration of poisonous plants and the use of specific management techniques which put the animals at greater risk are also important.
geographic ulcer
see geographic ulcer.
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Monsieur, I have had many lessons both in grammar, history, geography, and arithmetic.
He seemed quite familiar with the geography of the outerworld, and when I said I was from Helium he raised his brows.
Sometimes when I have been standing before some cherished old idol of mine that I remembered years and years ago in pictures in the geography at school, I have thought I would give a whole world if the human parrot at my side would suddenly perish where he stood and leave me to gaze, and ponder, and worship.
Yet America is a poem in our eyes; its ample geography dazzles the imagination, and it will not wait long for metres.
So far as the geography, the inhabitants, the animals, and the features of the countries the travellers pass over are described, it is entirely accurate.
Geography was taught chiefly by making boys draw maps, and this was a favourite occupation, especially when the country dealt with was mountainous: it was possible to waste a great deal of time in drawing the Andes or the Apennines.
Tarzan rose, and, going to one of the cupboards, returned with a well-thumbed geography.
Was there not the geography of Asia Minor, in which her slackness had often been rebuked by Mr.
Here are the Geography Pills--one at night and one in the morning.
In short, each Pellucidarian is a walking geography of his own district and of much of the country contiguous thereto.
He had made history and geography, and those that followed wrote of his traverses and charted the trails his feet had broken.
He made them sing mournful ditties and say funny things about geography and Ireland.

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