administrative map


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administrative map

[ad′min·ə‚strād·iv map]
(mapping)
A map with graphically recorded information pertaining to administrative matters, such as supply and evacuation installations, medical facilities, service and maintenance areas, main supply roads, boundaries, and other details necessary to show the administrative situation in relation to the tactical situation.
Any map on which are delineated political subdivisions and boundaries of a country or countries.
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The Senator said that the administrative map of Pakistan had undergone various changes since 1947.
Whether he is seeking to reform France's judicial system, redrawing its administrative map, proposing a new alliance of Mediterranean countries, or seeming to end France's ambiguous foreign policy of being both aligned and not aligned with the United States, Sarkozy is nothing if not ambitious.
The referendum is the last phase of a complex process which includes several phases aimed at reversing steps taken by the Baath Revolutionary Command Council (RCC): the deportation of Kurdish and Turkmen families from Kirkuk, coupled with the transplantation of Arab families, mainly from the South of Iraq (within the framework of a campaign of Arabisation which extended over several decades); the alteration of the administrative map of the region (the districts of Chemchemal, Kifri, Tuz Kurmatu and Kalar were arbitrarily detached from the governorate of Kirkuk and attached to Suleimania and other governorates).
Refugee Agency South-West Asia and Central Asia administrative map of Afghanistan (2002), published by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees: www.
Binding: sewn, 12-month partial index, an extensive information section, issue teleadresowy, insert maps, Polish administrative map
He discusses how the founding of the Weimar Republic created a new constitutional, economic, and financial environment that severely undermined the cities' abilities to set their own policies and maintain healthy finances, the efforts of the cities to influence the central government through the Deutsche Stadtetag (German Congress of Cities--DST), the activities and characteristics of other communal associations of towns and counties, the impact of the redrafting of the administrative map in the Rhineland in 1929 and what it reveals about urban-rural tensions, and the generally unimplemented proposals for reforming Reich financial and legislative administration proffered by the DST in the late 1920s.

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