outline map


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outline map

A map which represents just sufficient geographic information to permit the correlation of additional data placed upon it.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Saxon remembered her school geography, and with her mind's eye she saw a certain outline map of a continent with jiggly wavering parallel lines that denoted coast.
An entry fee of PS10 for LDWA Members and PS15 for all other entries includes, a detailed route description including a colour outline map of the route, breakfast, food and drink at checkpoints, plus a meal at the finish and possibly some beer.
On the logo's outline map of Nigeria, the three triangles happen to focus on the city of Minna, the capital of Niger State, and more noted for its mosques than churches.
An outline map of the settlements in New South Wales 1817, drawn by James Wyld (Fig.
Pages 189 and 190 offer a 'San Luis Island Timeline.' Part 3 asks the question, "Where was San Luis Island, Texas, offers an outline map of Texas, a depiction of the 1853 survey done of the area, and a map showing the area as it appears today.
Last year, the BBC tried to get Muscovites to find Crimea, the peninsula Russia had just annexed from Ukraine, on a black-and-white outline map. Many failed.
The new party will have a distinctive flag with an outline map of the 13 districts with the legendary ' Telugu Thalli' ( Telugu mother) emblazoned on a green field.
As the card is tilted, the Alphagram appears and changes colour, and if the card is rotated through 900, the DID shows the outline map of France morphing into a portrait of Marianne, the country's national figure.
My first attempt more than 50 years ago produced a simple outline map showing major features over a broad area.
In 2005 the entrance to the Hall of Thai History in the National Museum in Bangkok displayed two maps--one an outline map of Thailand indicating the provinces of the nation; the other of the world, showing nation-state boundaries.