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a person who can read maps

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This passage reveals an awareness of the tension between, on the one hand, creating maps for lay interest and aesthetic pleasure and, on the other, laying out accurate representations of the military, political and geological situations which expert map-readers would have demanded.
Then the racing season becomes an extended road trip with his wife and children, and Unser is an expert map-reader.
For the very reluctant child, try arranging a treasure hunt round the park, fun races (sack, egg and spoon, three-legged), do a timed obstacle course around the playground or make them chief map-reader during a walk.
The 21-year-old West Midlands map-reader, right, should have shared a Toyota Corolla with German Antony Warmbold in the four-day, 1,024-mile event.
She knows that all I demand of life is a decent map and a decent map-reader.
Only one in a hundred would qualify for a Cub Scout map-reader badge.
I cannot say it has affected my career choices, but to this day it makes me a distinctly unreliable map-reader.
Charles Darwin was putting pen to paper on How To Be The Most Unpopular Man In England and the world's worst map-reader, Dr Livingstone, had discovered the Victoria Falls, quite by accident.
My girlfriend's the first to admit she's not a great map-reader.
A SEXY new map-reader has joined the Enterprise's cartography section and a smitten Picard doesn't know which way to turn.
Ralph Fiennes plays the map-reader with a Saharan expedition who falls in love, big-style, with a colleague's wife (Kristin Scott Thomas).
I shall not reveal the source of this sexist conclusion in case the researchers involved are tracked down by accomplished female map-readers and stoned.
THE desperate-faced Briton in a sky-blue golf-cap, hissing through pursed lips and hopping from leg to leg while gripping his book of "useful" phrases, is now one of the most familiar summer sights in the ancient squares of foreigntowns For middle-aged and elderly tourists, that blushing breed of mint-breathed, freshly powdered, long-veined, flat-footed, plimsolled, tea-seeking, denture-clicking, map-readers, who leave our shores in the full-bloom of their optimism, are more sensitive to the promptings of their bladders than other people.