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noun as in cartographer

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Since those districts are all extremely blue, that will provide mapmakers with an opportunity to add Democratic votes to nearby districts that might not be as safe, such as the 11th.

A typical Chosen One narrative, the story centers on a teenage orphan named Alina, who works as a mapmaker on the front lines for a perpetually war-torn country called Ravka.

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Over the centuries, mapmakers have come up with many different types.

By the time the famous mapmaker Edward Stanford published his meticulous sheet maps in 1862, London’s population was over 3 million, and the residential grid of my neighborhood, including my own road, resembled what it is today.

Since the late 19th century, mapmakers have experimented with various graphic techniques for displaying presidential election results.

He is a mapmaker, the companion whisperingly replied, and hes got an immense stock of old maps on hand.

He ran his finger over the angular shapes the mapmaker had drawn around Benevento.

The vast tortuous landscape spread out below him like a relief map in a mapmaker's nightmare.

He knew it better than anyone else, certainly better than any mapmaker.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mapmaker, such as: mapper, surveyor, and topographer.

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