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adjective as in terrestrial

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I personally don’t have a geographical focus and enjoy working with our teams across Europe and the world, but since I live in Sweden, my network is slightly stronger here.

One reason I love living in Berlin is its decentralized nature—while there is a geographical center to the city, the populace does not concentrate there during working hours, and as a result every neighborhood consistently retains a pulse.

From Fortune

Van Kerkhove says it’s possible vaccines will be tailor-made for certain geographical regions depending on how and where the virus mutates, but global travel means new strains won’t stay contained for long.

From Time

Heat maps are less successful for anything other than geographical data.

The best thing one can say is that Hawaii, which could use its geographical advantage to take stronger steps to restrict travel from other states, is suffering less.

From Vox

One of the precious and underappreciated jewels of America has always been its geographical diversity.

The movement in Winter in the Blood, the geographical, spiritual movement, is something new in cinema.

They will record the exact moment of impact and the height and geographical position of the 777.

In 1892, 15 women were admitted into the prestigious Royal Geographical Society.

World War I would reshape psychological boundaries as radically as it did geographical ones.

Upon the geographical positions of the fixed points of the survey.

Each state of the United States generally has at least a few geographical oddities or unusual geographical formations.

In this, the learned Trustees have fallen into a statistical and geographical error, which we design to correct.

A variety of geographical resources and of human resources results in diversity in the economic life of the state.

Virginia has been regarded as the geographical center of this industry in the United States.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to geographical, such as: geographic, geological, earthly, and topographical.

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