Definition of Topographic point

1. Noun. A point located with respect to surface features of some region. "A bright spot on a planet"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Topographic Point

topnotchers
topo
topo-
topoanesthesia
topocentric
topochemical
topognosia
topognosis
topogometer
topograph
topographer
topographers
topographic
topographic anatomy
topographic map
topographic point (current term)
topographical
topographical control
topographical map
topographical maps
topographically
topographies
topographist
topographists
topographs
topography
topoi
topoinhibition
topoisomer
topoisomerase

Literary usage of Topographic point

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1. Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting by County Surveyors' Institute (Ohio)., Ohio Society of Professional Engineers (1896)
"Such a scale will be decidedly the most satisfactory, from a topographic point of view, and the resulting map will be much more satisfactory for engineering ..."

2. Memoir by Transvaal (Colony). Geological Survey (1905)
"... that the line of hills, including the Timeball Hill, though actually terminating due south of the Lunatic Asylum from a topographic point of view, ..."

3. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1909)
"It is, therefore, proper, from the topographic point of view, to refer to the sternal and chondro-costal portions of the heart (Jamain). ..."

4. Reports (1899)
"Such a scale will be decidedly the most satisfactory from a topographic point of view, and the resulting map will be much more satisfactory for engineering ..."

5. Biennial report by North Dakota Geological Survey (1902)
"From a topographic point of view something over one half of the county is adapted to farming, while the rest is excellent ranch land, where thousands of ..."

6. Final Report of the State Geologist by New Jersey Geological Survey (1917)
"There is still another complication from the topographic point of view. Thus, while formation 2 was being laid down in the main valley, the corresponding ..."

7. Annual Report (1903)
"The designation, description, and location of each are given, together with its coordinates as referred to topographic point Xo. 1 of the survey of 1842. ..."

8. Magnetic Declination by Richard Urquhart Goode (1899)
"Such a scale will be decidedly the most satisfactory from a topographic point of view, and the resulting map will be much more satisfactory for engineering ..."

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