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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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Importantly, note that in accordance with Langacker (2013: 15) any formal realisation, whether phonological or orthographical, is taken into account in the construal of constructions.
One thing Borges's library contains, though, that is definitely lacking from that of Lasswitz, is a 25-character orthographical system.
The notion that students read a word and pay attention to the orthographical form appears to be a strong assumption, as illustrated in this investigation.
In a departure from the classicising norms adopted in many volumes in the Dumbarton series, Townsend retains the medieval orthographical conventions of the manuscript (e.g., set for sed, preciosus for pretiosus).
The information about the HUEHUEs collected for the research in which the present article is based did not mention all these types of griefing, but added others that seem specific to hueing: deliberately making grammatical or orthographical errors (especially when insulting other players in English); threatening to report other players for racism; committing suicide mid-battle; playing badly on purpose and act as if not understanding instructions or what the team has agreed to do (despite having demonstrated good knowledge of the English language).
Consolidation comprises a social strategy, a memory strategy, a cognitive/metacognitive strategy, pictures/imagery, related/unrelated words, grouping, and the word's orthographical and phonological forms, as shown in Table 1.
There was some grumbling about this at first from his fellow editors, but Johnson's arguments proved persuasive, and for the next two years the article developed free of any orthographical restrictions.
In the third article, Tessa Daffern talks about phonological, orthographical and morphological aspects of spelling, encouraging creative, stimulating and engaging teaching to help students become linguistic inquirers.
Further, since the two patients showed errors with homophones and pseudohomophones, their reading performance can be accounted for by assuming a deficit at level of the orthographical input lexicon [6].
69) that vitiated two of his earlier publications: all Machiavelli scholars agree, on orthographical and palaeographical grounds, that the text now known as The Natures of Florentine Men was not written as a draft for unfinished chapters of the Histories but rather dates to 1506-1508.
A su vez Looze apunta que "that Aleman not only publishes his book in Mexico City but also proposes minor orthographical reforms [...] conveys the message that, with the dissemination of this orthographical treatise, Mexico is henceforth to be considered a center of Hispanic political power and culture, one that can legitimately propose orthographical changes for the whole empire, including peninsular writers" (375).
The Boulengier globe or segment of a globe has in many ways a great resemblance to the Jagellon globe; there are many similar inscriptions and mountainous representations, the water is shewn on both in the same manner and we even find the same orthographical mistakes and so on.