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topography

The contours of land—such as flat, rolling, or steep.

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Thus, the camp, for political power, has often topographically sanctioned activities and bodies that need to be kept under close watch, controlled, or regulated and, by contrast, other--perhaps more 'normal', 'acceptable', or 'desirable'--actions, conducts, and populations that have occupied a 'proper' place and been allowed to have a presence in the 'open' domain of the social or the political.
The researchers from lto University found that the most common emotions trigger strong bodily sensations, and the bodily maps of these sensations were topographically different for different emotions.
Perhaps resigned to the fact their first Greene King IPA Championship win was unlikely to come on the league's most topographically quirky pitch, Mike Cudmore's Trailfinders made sure of that when leading by seven points they eschewed kicks at goal in favour of further tries.
The third low-p target, "Do the puzzle", was perhaps less topographically similar to the high-p leisure targets relative to the first two tasks.
Indeed the Pre-Raphaelite social critique of their own times, whether addressing urban industrialism, rural poverty, prostitution or class relationships was as explicit, technically accomplished and realistic--both topographically and psychologically--as anything in Dickens or Zola.
The city of San Francisco is located at the end of a peninsula and is restricted topographically from expanding.
It is homologated for the highest level of international racing and is topographically challenging as it combines a great mix of sharp corners and level changes.
Birbhum district is topographically diversified and pedologically diverse.
Holmberg begins by locating the Jews both geographically and topographically.
The following section describes some examples of topographically diverse responses that may function as discriminative stimuli for CRBs.
But, there are those applications that are a little more "Christopher Columbus"-like and are definitely more topographically complex.
But that had no meaning, because I didn't shoot topographically.