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chorography

[kə′räg·rə·fē]
(mapping)
All of the methods used to map a region or district.
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Local historical documents: Local gazetteers or difangzhi, including: chronicles, annals, regional geography and chorography were obtained from the National Library of China and the Wanfang database.
Glen Phillips and Andrew Taylor (South Fremantle, WA: Fremantle Press, 2008); Spatial Relations: Essays, Reviews, Commentaries, Chorography, 2 vols.
In juxtaposition to the presumed vacuum in the Peninsula, de Fer further invokes chorography to delineate an edifying picture of savage life on the mainland, integrated into a model of what might be characterized as mercantile humanity.
Harris argues that 'a strikingly wide array of sixteenth- and seventeenthcentury forms of English literary and cultural activity-devotional lyric verse, urban chorography, vitalist philosophy, and, most insistently, Shakespeare's own drama-expound or enact theories of the polychronic nature of matter' (4).
The paper Introduces some relevant aspects of the Mayor Chronicler Cosmograph post and of the Instruments that generated a cosmography and a normative cartography, and a reflection on how to create a chorography and practiced cartography, based not in the official look but in an interdisciplinary approximation to understand the spaces where individuals from different backgrounds, specifically in Santa Fe and Bogota, converged, coexisted and developped.
Several of the rhetorical practices Rice outlines (such as chorography and appropriation) seem reminiscent of simultaneous narrative's rhetorical volatility.
Cormack discusses three trends of medieval and early modern geography: the mathematical geography of Ptolemy, descriptive geography, and chorography.
In Chapter 3, he argues that Michael Drayton appropriated chorography in the idiom of Lambarde to create localizing mythologies in critical counterpoint to Jacobean court culture.
But he'll be at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts with the Paul Taylor Dance Company on Thursday, and expects the mesmerizing effect the chorography and dancing had on him to be felt by audience members there as well.
Chorography or place practice is a seventeenth-century theory and method for conceptualizing space and, in particular, the interrelations noted between geography and topography in order to bring forth specific details from a node in a place, map, or body.
But one could easily remain a "smart fan"--someone fully aware of wrestling's choreography, and thus because of that awareness, keenly interested in how the chorography operates.
After 8 months occurrence of last rainfall, length profile and cross section changes of earthy dam of each six gullies were measured by chorography and survey.