Dame Barbara (Hamilton). 1901–2000, British novelist, noted for her prolific output of popular romantic fiction
One is guilty of a sad omission should he quit Eton without giving a crown to cartland to perpetuate his name on the immortal oak.
Confessions of an Etonian I. E. M.
a diagrammatic presentation in highly abstracted or simplified form, commonly of statistical data, on a map base or distorted map base. noun a map showing statistical information in diagrammatic form
the production of maps, including construction of projections, design, compilation, drafting, and reproduction. noun the art, technique, or practice of compiling or drawing maps or charts n. 1843, from French cartographie, from Medieval Latin carta (see card (n.)) + French -graphie, from Greek -graphein “to write, to draw” (see -graphy). Related: Cartographer; cartographic. cartography (kär-tŏg’rə-fē) […]
the production of maps, including construction of projections, design, compilation, drafting, and reproduction. Historical Examples This is how I came to enter the studio devoted to the cartography of Northern Africa. Atlantida Pierre Benoit Cassini was right in saying that cartography was no longer at its height as a science. Celebrated Travels and Travellers Jules […]
a person engaged in cartography, or the production of maps. Contemporary Examples A few hundred years later, Belgian cartographer Gerard Mercator was charged with heresy. The Secret, Contentious History of Maps Kevin Canfield November 29, 2013 Historical Examples This is no doubt conjecture on the part of the cartographer. The Iowa William Harvey Miner The […]