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marigraph

(ˈmærɪˌɡræf; -ˌɡrɑːf)
n
(Physical Geography) a gauge for recording the levels of the tides
[from Latin mare sea + -graph]
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The cartographic elements adopted for the map elaboration follow guidelines from the Brazilian Geodesic System, making use of the planimetric datum of Alegre Stream, which uses the Hayford ellipsoid, with projection in degrees, minutes and seconds in relation to the 23 Time Zone and the altimetry data of Imbituba Marigraph.
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Some of these, such as the corporate orientalist transcendentalism described by David Fancy, though far from either the strategic or transparent performance of regional stereotypes that Bruce Barton refers to (iii-iv) in his introduction to Marigraph (the anthology of Maritimes plays launched at the conference), are not encouraging, modeling as they do the downside of late capitalism (is there an upside?