Similar words: biography, photography, bibliography, autobiography, photograph, demographic, photographer, on top of. Meaning: [tə'pɑgrəfɪ /-pɒg-] n. 1. the configuration of a surface and the relations among its man-made and natural features 2. precise detailed study of the surface features of a region.
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1 The topography of the river's basin has changed significantly since the floods.
2 Latin America's religious topography is changing rapidly.
3 In circumstances where the topography was not clear, patients received only sigmoid colon infusions.
4 Some researchers believe the topography may even approach a Himalayan scale, spanning several miles from peak to trough.
5 The topography and drainage patterns suggest certain routes by which invaders have penetrated from all directions into the Balkan heartland.
6 In some cases these can completely cover the topography over an extensive area and form an ignimbrite plateau.
7 While the topography has remained basically unaltered for millions of years, the ecology has gradually changed.
8 As on land, local topography plays an important role in affecting the distribution of organisms.
9 From there on, the topography is less demanding, the road undulating gently all the way to Monmouth.
10 The local topography helped in many subtle ways to shape their attitudes and whole outlook on life.
11 As Trent studied the map, he recalled the topography each side of the Makaa River.
12 The Bible had always had a local topography in his imagination.
13 Finally the sea encroached on this topography producing steep cliffs, inlets, sea stacks and sandy or shingly beach deposits.
14 Overall, the potential for agriculture is limited by topography,[www.Sentencedict.com] especially slope angles and water availability.
15 Yet the topography of Deerhurst parish and the early estate suggests particular land uses for certain areas.
16 Its typical quartzite topography features numerous natural spectacles.
17 Earthquake local topography can change, or uplift, or settlement.
18 Due to the unique topography the wind of Nine Well area during the daytime is eastern anabatic wind and in the night is western katabatic wind in spring and summer.
19 The latest software can imitate the texture of flesh or the topography of a mountain range.
20 That was about all that was known about it, except that the topography was awesome and the rainfall scarce.
21 Above these levels, such correlations are less evident and over-ridden by a correlation with topography.
22 Formerly farmland, it's in the Blythe Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty with topography just made for golf.
23 The nature of combat, whether defensive or offensive, is largely shaped by the topography of the battlefield.
24 Standards may be applied nationally, regionally or according to local conditions of land use, topography, meteorology, and so on.
25 The duration of the semiconductor design right depends on if and when the topography is commercially exploited.
26 Every year they take exactly the same route as previous generations[sentencedict.com], for all are influenced by exactly the same topography.
27 Nevertheless, it is appropriate to consider here those components of karst topography that owe much of their origin to weathering processes.
28 This sprawling narrative is a familiar story with a new topography.
29 The richest centres have the most complicated mosaics of different habitat types reflected in topography, soils and vegetation.
30 This paper expounds the prospecting test study on electromagnetic sounding of fixed excitated source used magnetic stick as magnetic detector in varied topography area.
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