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 (jē′ə-grăf′ĭk) also ge·o·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
1. Of or relating to geography.
2. Concerning the topography of a specific region.

ge′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.geographic - of or relating to the science of geography
2.geographic - determined by geography; "the north and south geographic poles"
magnetic - determined by earth's magnetic fields; "magnetic north"; "the needle of a magnetic compass points to the magnetic north pole"
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[dʒɪəˈgræfɪk] geographical [dʒɪəˈgræfɪkl] adjgeografico/a
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(dʒiˈogrəfi) noun
the science that describes the surface of the Earth and its inhabitants. He is studying geography.
geˈographer noun
a person who studies geography.
geographic(al) (dʒiəˈgrӕfik(əl)) adjective
a geographical study of the area.
ˌgeoˈgraphically adverb
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a. que fisicamente muestra manchas naturales o superficiales;
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References in classic literature ?
For if a certain mode of government was established or certain migrations of peoples took place in consequence of such and such geographic, ethnographic, or economic conditions, then the free will of those individuals who appear to us to have established that mode of government or occasioned the migrations can no longer be regarded as the cause.
Meanwhile, as every one she cared to see came to HER (and she could fill her rooms as easily as the Beauforts, and without adding a single item to the menu of her suppers), she did not suffer from her geographic isolation.
Its length was about five hundred and fifty miles, and its breadth, from the mountains to the Pacific, from three hundred to three hundred and fifty geographic miles.
The reason fails, like a wave on the Swanage beach; the imagination swells, spreads, and deepens, until it becomes geographic and encircles England.
These little "solid treatises," as he called them, were sold at the University library under the name of "Historical and Geographic Catechisms." Feeling himself in duty bound to offer a copy of each volume, bound in red morocco, to Monsieur Rabourdin, he always came in full dress to present them,-- breeches and silk stockings, and shoes with gold buckles.
Legal issues affect access to geographic data in general (Onsrud, 1995a, 1995b, 2000).
Agents and managers from LMSB's various Industries tended to be located together in cities where corresponding taxpayers had a strong presence; decisions on where to situate agents were heavily influenced by taxpayers' geographic distributions.
LONDON -- National Geographic Traveller Food has picked out the 11 dishes that define Japanese cuisine.
This is the second level of the National Geographic GeoBee competition, which is now in its 31st year.
On Tuesday, Princeton-based ELS Education Services said the pair will produce 24 custom-published books, in physical and digital formats, with content pulled from National Geographic's Pathways, World Ink and Great Writing.
Running for city council in Banqiao district , Li Wan-Yu began displaying some new campaign posters recently, which curiously included the National Geographic logo in the upper left corner.