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geographic

adjective as in geographical

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But the picture is torn in half by the geographic separation of the friezes.

Her skin radiates deep golden-brown and her light olive eyes evoke the iconic 1985 National Geographic cover of an Afghan girl.

Stated another way, geographic distance is a critical advantage in the world of epidemics, as well as in war.

The same geographic barrier had seemed Ebola-proof, until now.

My guess is this will remain an African tragedy and not threaten larger geographic swathes.

The easiest way to cultivate the geographic sense is by practising the art of making sketch maps.

The Alleghanies bear a striking geographic resemblance to the Highlands of Scotland, so famed in song and story.

Available specimens were arranged according to geographic origin.

The extremes of geographic variation in Dipodomys ordii are greater than in any other species of the genus.

The species Dipodomys ordii is divisible into six complexes, or groups, of subspecies on both geographic and morphological bases.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to geographic, such as: geological, earthly, and topographical.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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