outline map


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outline map

[′au̇t‚līn ‚map]
(mapping)
A map that presents minimal geographic information, usually only coastlines, principal streams, major civil boundaries, and large cities, leaving as much space as possible for the addition of specific data.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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James Wyld (1820), An outline map of the settlements in New South Wales 1817 (detail) Note: North to right.
In some cases "outline maps" represent only the outlined shape of the nation with no reference to adjacent countries.
The Chicago Bulls star is likely to be penalised for wearing a T-shirt depicting an outline map of Africa.
The council has signalled its intention to meet these requirements and has set out an outline map for future improvements in its Local Broadband Plan.
The artist laid out a square comprised of 2,200 bars of soap (she favored the Al-Jamal brand), into which she pressed pomegranate seed-like red beads to create an outline map of Oslo's politically segmented West Bank.
The symmetrical design reflects lines of latitude radiating from the central sculpture, referencing Scott's voyage with an outline map of the South Pole engraved in Welsh slate.
The medals designed by Iran show an outline map of Iran, but there is no label saying it is Iran.
This reference also includes an addendum, an outline map that notes the ornithological collecting locations in Panama.
Where you see ah asterisk [*], write the name of the country and/or geographical feature on the outline map.
Then simply ask participants to draw an outline map of Britain.
Depending on their age and readiness, students might start with a simple outline map of the neighborhood that they fill in, or they can make their own from scratch.
Using a provided outline map of the countries of Europe and colored pencils to prepare a three-colored map, with a color key, showing which countries were Allies, which were Central Powers and which were neutral during World War I.