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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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He said indigenous peoples, local folks and early Filipino reformists and Katipuneros had a vital role in shaping the Tagalog orthography, its spelling, and phonetic alphabet.
The study showed that in terms of writing big books on language, literature and culture, only 44.6 percent were able to do this while documenting the orthography of language was only done by 21.3 percent of schools surveyed.
I teach phonics and spelling, or more precisely, English orthography, very differently now.
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Third, as mentioned above, the official Ume Saami orthography was adopted only in 2016, making the writing conventions of Schlachter's dictionary dated.
Orthography refers to how words in a language are used by convention.
Kandjou said the association has engaged experts in the field of orthography and language development from University of Botswana.
Reymond, Qumran Hebrew: An Overview of Orthography, Phonology, and Morphology.
During work with Aranda and Luritja people on Carl Strehlow's unpublished handwritten dictionary manuscript (circa 1900-1909), (1) I encountered an unexpected problem in relation to orthography and the identity of the Western Aranda people (2) of the Ntaria/Hermannsburg (3) area on the Upper Finke River in central Australia.
This is a complex issue that delves into orthography, or the spelling system of a language, and merits a lengthier discussion than a single column would allow.
Kalasha script and orthography were also touched slightly.