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Car`to`graph´ic`al`ly


adv.1.By cartography.
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By legitimising Seborga cartographically, the compilers of the atlas went a bit too far, for by definition Seborga is not a mini-state (as with its neighbour Monaco, or, say, Liechtenstein), but a 'micronation' of which there are now nearly 70 all over the world.
At the same time that the federales as well as El Senor and his henchmen are zeroing in on the fugitives, the text goes out of its way to be cartographically focused:
Cartographically, this is indicated by the nine-dash line that is ubiquitous in Chinese maps, textbooks, passports, government documents, and essentially anywhere a map of East Asia exists in the PRC.
Cartographically, over time, there had been some confusion as to where Wesel(s) Eiland was actually located, and this ultimately led Flinders to confer the name to the islands off Arnhem Land (see Tent 2019, for a full examination of this confusion).
The rhetorical formation of such an anachronistic space rendered (a Hindu) India as an untainted site of mythological sanctification while reifying (a Muslim) Pakistan as a cartographically misplaced realm of the Ramaya[??]a's desecrated, "forbidden" (39) Lanka (present-day Sri Lanka).
Map 10, titled 'Diversifying Water Supply Sources', cartographically presents Singapore's 'Four Taps' water security strategy.
Although the map is not cartographically accurate in terms of distances, some of the individual sites are depicted with impressive exactness.
Species' geographical localization, phytophysionomy and photographs were eventually registered and added to GIS database and represented cartographically according to MMA (2004).
Hundreds of police departments have begun to wed database software with geographic information systems to represent crime cartographically. Focusing on the Chicago police's digital mapping application, CLEARmap, the article interprets this development from the standpoint of racialized carceral power.
The aim of the atlas is to present cartographically the Polish lands as they existed in the second half of the 16th century.
But while Bowen developed her own idiosyncratic brand of novelistic realism, which Pearson sees as less committed to the depiction of abstract space and subjective time typical of British modernism, Beckett became well known for his increasingly spare and cartographically indeterminate settings.
He was speaking of how he had kept nameless, faceless Kenyans in the diaspora abreast of events on the ground during Kenya's 2007 post-election violence; he had sent SMSs from his mobile phone to the digital mapping platform Ushahidi, which displayed citizen-generated information about the violence cartographically, which other Kenyans at home and abroad accessed via the internet.