Orientation (English, noun)

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Term or phrase orientation
Language English
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Definition Orientation consists in placing the map so that its directions coincide with those in the field.
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Source of definition in print Dake, C.L., and J.S. Brown, Interpretation of Topographic and Geologic Maps (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1925), 2
Significant terms and phrases map, direction, field

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map +, direction +  and field +
Orientation consists in placing the map so that its directions coincide with those in the field. +
Dake, C.L., and J.S. Brown, Interpretation of Topographic and Geologic Maps (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1925), 2 +
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