sketch map


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Noun1.sketch map - a map drawn from observation (rather than from exact measurements) and representing the main features of an areasketch map - a map drawn from observation (rather than from exact measurements) and representing the main features of an area
map - a diagrammatic representation of the earth's surface (or part of it)
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sketch map

nKartenskizze f

sketch map

ncarta (geografica) muta
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I haven't yet had time to examine them but as you see here is a military sketch map, a bundle of reports, and the diary of one Hauptmann Fritz Schneider.
Based on the design program, the Designer must draw up a sketch map in accordance with the installation plan, according to which the municipal image review and the plan for authorization can be completed.
In 1865 Hector published his Sketch map of the geology of New Zealand, at a scale of 1:2,000,000, and this was followed by further similar maps covering the whole colony.
Perhaps borrowing from the magazine Current Archaeology, each page has a small sketch map to show where in Great Britain the discoveries were made.
Included will be #DyddDylan-Day #peopleschoicewinner, the famous sketch map by Dylan Thomas of the fictional village Llareggub.
To make it clear and easier for analysis, a sketch map is given in Figure 4.
Sketch Map went close over course and distance last week and should again be thereabouts in the Avia Signs Handicap.
Deciding to use the box, belt, or avenue-in-depth method improved the sketch map technique for various courses of action.
The six papers cover sketch mapping and geographic knowledge: what role for drawing ability, a system for automatic localization and recognition of sketch map objects, managing qualitative spatial information to support query-by-sketch, the performance of directional estimates and route sketching: what differentiates and what predicts, using sketch maps as a basis for measures of spatial knowledge, and using SparQ for matching sketch maps.
The reasons for the river name change from Kasba (on an 1892 Dene sketch map labeled by Tyrrell) to Kazan (on other Dene sketch maps labeled by Tyrrell in 1894) may be linked to the ministrations of OMI members who set up missions at he-a-la-Crosse and Brochet in the mid-19th century.
Among others, these included: the physical presence of the Saudi sponsor to the Philippines Embassy in Riyadh, attachment of a document from the police that the sponsor has no criminal record, a statement giving the details of his salary and a sketch map indicating his house and the area in which he lives.