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A three-dimensional image represented in two dimensions with no perspective, as if the original were truly flat.Architectural drawings of elevations—the different sides of a building—have no perspective detail but are orthographic. Many local tax assessor's offices and online property information services include orthographic aerial or satellite photographs of properties, corrected for the earth's curvature.

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The inscribers possessed Chinese names and thus writing their names in a script legible for the Muslim readers required the usage of Arabic orthography.
He said that when it comes to orthography mode-the pen will be able to recognize words and compare the word it recognized to a language database.
97-104) and in its orthography during the eighth through sixth centuries (pp.
To mark the phoneme /e/ in the orthography of written Livonian, since 1880 (Mt 1880) the Estonian character o has been used (in Mt 1863ab one can find o in this position).
Therefore, for children speaking more than one language who are learning to read, spell, and write in English, the orthography in L1 must be taken into consideration when examining their reading and spelling acquisition in English.
The way we read words is determined by the sounds of the language or the orthography of different scripts.
Part II begins with a chapter on Pastoral Quechua linguistics, and Durston confronts the complexities of dialectology and orthography in the formation of Pastoral Quechua.
by Vojdan Pop Georgiev Cernodrinski--45 years had to pass before the historical dates of the codification of the Macedonian alphabet, the definition of the initial regulations of the Macedonian orthography and the edition of the first Macedonian Grammar came true.
The word Bacon used was 'adventive', which, in 17th century orthography, was written 'adventure', and it seems that in one edition of Bacon's work, the penultimate letter of that word was placed upside down by the typesetter, producing 'adventine'.
Ali Khamis, one of his teachers, said Bakhalaf's handwriting - or orthography - is beautiful.
Pizzigoni begins with a lengthy introductory study that places the testaments in their geographical and historical context, identifies the standard elements of the testaments themselves, and examines the characteristics of language and orthography in the Toluca region.
One is the compendium on Latin orthography and pronunciation, De aspiratione, in gestation since the 1450s but evidently redacted in various stages during the later 1460s and revised thereafter until its first printing in 1481.