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topographical

(tŏp″ō-grăf′ĭ-kăl) [″ + ″]
Pert. to description of special regions.
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use knowledge of structure and function to form a topographical map.
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I am confident that our powerful and reliable solutions can provide strong backup to HDTV broadcasting in all kinds of settings, delivering realistic live sound and images, and operating in difficult topographical locations.
Photo (1--color) Eduardo Angel, 8, works on a topographical map constructed from dough with his third-grade classmates at Santa Susana Elementary.
The topographical whorls of Untitled (mountains) and the abstract sweep of vertical bars in Untitled (rain) expand across the waxy surfaces, bleeding to the paper's edges.
They then used a standard geologic mapping program to produce the topographical maps, they report in the May 14 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Tenders are invited for Topographical Survey Including Preparation Of Contour Map At Coimbatore International Airport
The more recent pieces feature strong, swirling strokes, systematized into terraced bands like topographical isobars.
According to Henry Mullins, a marine geologist at Syracuse University in New York, who first proposed this theory and who also participated in Leg 101, the rifting left both topographical highs and deep gulleys.
The mystery of identifying the source of the world's longest river was solved 100 years ago with the expedition of the Duke of Abruzzi who carried out a complete topographical survey of the snow capped mountains which are dissected by the Equator and reach heights of over 16,500 feet.
Tenders are invited for Topographical Survey For The Kerdiffstown Landfill Remediation Project
Lichtenberg-Ettinger offers intimate, small-scale images, made with photographs from the '30s and '40s taken from newspapers or family albums: photos of children and a doll; naked women in the camps; and aerial and topographical views of Palestine.