large-scale map

large-scale map

A map having a scale of 1:75,000 or larger. See also map.
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Cost is PS1 for juniors and PS5 for seniors, which includes specially printed large-scale map.
Also on show will be a large-scale map from the time which shows the school at the heart of a growing city and the Roll of Honour on loan from Albany Baptist Church showing the names of local men who served.
Thus, after a wave of research on large-scale map generalization, the automation of generalization procedures at medium and small scales is necessary, highly innovative, and challenging.
The money will be spent on a large-scale map, firefighting equipment and industrial floor cleaner.
Knowledge of the p-t sheets, plots of fossils, and field notes means that a published generalized location can be upgraded to a relatively specific point on a published large-scale map (e.
The first large-scale map of County Durham of 1768, which is also the earliest-known published survey work of Andrew Armstrong.
There is a single large-scale map of the Roman empire with incredibly sketchy detail and only Rome and Alexandria marked.
For the first time ever, large-scale map displays will show the soldier his or her location, the location of fellow soldiers, vehicle locations, known enemy positions, and up-to-the minute mission plans and orders.
A 1:24,000 scale would be considered a large-scale map and the 1:250,000 scale would be considered a small-scale map.
Whether you sought an Ordnance Survey map of Surrey, a map of a Balkan war-zone, of the railways of India or of the goldfields of South Africa, Stanfords was acknowledged to be the first port of call; Sherlock Holmes himself was to "send down to Stanfords" for a large-scale map of Dartmoor at the opening of The Hound of the Baskervilles.
When I decided that I had to move from my remote location on the Lincolnshire coast I found a large-scale map, put a pin on all the racecourses and came to the conclusion that, for ease of access, Middleham was the place to be.
The group said it found copies of 206 pages of the 214-page large-scale map covering the Japanese archipelago from Hokkaido in the north to Kyushu in the southwest.

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