Each writer or artist has been asked to “explore subjects in a topographical manner.”
The right stream,—using the term in its topographical sense,—is the Jĕlai, and the left is the Tĕmbĕling.
It is naturally in principle a work of topographical and architectural purpose.
Each of these topographical divisions forms a centre of itself, and each is equally accessible from Dublin.
For topographical reasons it is very likely that the city of Megiddo was at Lejjoon.
The name should be considered with some reference to the topographical features of the region to which it belongs.
(f) The topographical features which later are to be represented in sand.
The chief clubs in each city are referred to in the topographical articles.
Where this topographical feature is wanting, I hold it to be fatal.
The precautions taken by detaching these bodies of men were necessary from the topographical character of the neighbourhood.
topography to·pog·ra·phy (tə-pŏg'rə-fē)
The description of the regions of the body or of a body part, especially the regions of a definite and limited area of the surface.