And he proceeded to rout out two books and a case of maps.
He spread his maps, he had to talk, and so he delivered a lecture on the naval situation to Bert.
Kurt fretted like an imprisoned animal about the airship, now going up to the forward gallery under the eagle, now down into the swinging gallery, now poring over his maps.
Kurt opened out folding chair and table, and rustled for a time with his maps.
If not, map
a few measures yourself as a model and see if they can continue.
This article examines the challenges of creating such a system and explains how Princeton University Library's Digital Map
and Geospatial Information Center has designed a system that will allow the library to integrate various forms of geographic information and make them accessible online from one interface.
ECONOMY China Surges Ahead, 031-8 Deeper Into Debt (with graph), Ap24-4 Economic Map
of the World, 017&24-22 Memories of the Dust Bowl (with map
Such visual resources bring powerful new dimensions to teaching and learning, and make maps
and geography come alive.
The impact of the collaborative efforts of the MAP
project is explored below.
The relief map
gives a good impression of the area, but no elevations are given.
Arbitrary boundaries (usually administrative areas) are often used to map
When satellites began orbiting the earth in the 1950s, it became possible to create a highly accurate digital map
of the earth's surface.
Historians have wondered whether medieval Europeans were familiar with these Viking travels, and there's evidence that a scribe may have made the Vinland Map
for the Council of Basel, a meeting of bishops in Switzerland in the 1430s and 1440s.
Chapter two explores the estate map
from the divergent perspectives of landlords and tenants.
range from small neighborhoods to large regions--a statewide map
for Rhode Island promotes the state's greenway system and eco-tourism industry.