Adjective(1) concerned with topography
(1) The wallpaper depicts five topographical views of North America: Boston Harbor, Niagara Falls, West Point, New York Bay, and the Natural Bridge of Virginia.(2) The most studied topographical projection is that of the optic nerve from the retina into the brain.(3) This river valley was evidently formed by the collapse of a large cave system, creating over 23 acres of unique topographical features.(4) Prediction of fluid shear force distribution on the endothelial surface has been computed from topographical maps measured by atomic force microscopy.(5) Although located in the ├ö├ç├┐inner├ö├ç├û space of the city, their orientation and design exploits topographical or geographical features of the site in order to preserve the sense of isolation associated with sanctuaries outside the walls.(6) By comparison, eighteenth-century painters are more hackneyed, whether producing ├ö├ç├┐classical├ö├ç├û landscapes or topographical views.(7) Streets were named according to topographical features, occupations, and after famous persons or trades.(8) Or imagine sitting atop a perfectly cone-shaped mountain, and suppose the mountain is the only topographical feature in the world.(9) In Britain in the last quarter of the eighteenth century a school of watercolor landscape painting had blossomed that encouraged strong public demand for finely printed landscape and topographical views.(10) Each walk description comes with technical details, walk time, height gained, distance and OS Map, as well as a sketch map showing the main topographical features and a photograph to inspire and guide.(11) Much of the best of his later work was mildly topographical , inspired by his love of travel; it records journeys to Scotland, along the river Duddon, to the Continent, etc.(12) We attempted to assess the specific consequences of topographical changes by selective manipulation of this parameter with neutral K20 antiintegrin antibody.(13) They display many juvenile topographical features, such as straight mountain fronts and deep, steep-walled canyons that probably reflect active tectonism resulting in mountain uplift.(14) Lawrence's painting is a topographical landscape; Morse's is a history painting.(15) Birds may use celestial bodies or the Earth's magnetic field to steer their way but they also depend on major topographical features to aid in navigation.(16) Innovative new works created from bone fragments depict topographical maps of the sites of important battlefields in the history of South Africa.
(1) topographical :: topograffig
1. topographic ::
Different Formstopographical, topographically
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