Recent Examples of geographic from the Web
The really peculiar thing about that level of willful ignorance is how the administration casually talks around African issues and problems, even when the president is in close geographic or rhetorical proximity to them.
Up to 32 dispensary licenses will be awarded and distributed within eight geographic zones to assure that the facilities are available equally throughout Arkansas.
Holm Automotive Center in Abilene, Kansas, (pretty much the geographic center of the country) has had only one inquiry on the Bolt and doesn’t have any plans to stock the car.
Fifth Disease is contagious and occurs in geographic clusters.
The geographic proximity of these plants is remarkable.
However, after both districts began enrolling students outside of their geographic zone, state legislators passed a law reining in the virtual world a bit, at least at the high school level.
Although the commission used geographic diversity as a selection criteria — albeit in a way that's subject to another lawsuit — the commission did not inquire about, nor consider, the racial or ethnic identity of applicants.
Geographic networks, such as London, New York and Australia, which have grown to encompass millions of users are being removed as superfluous.
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Origin and Etymology of geographic
First Known Use: 1559
GEOGRAPHIC Defined for Kids
Definition of geographic for Students
: of or relating to geography a large geographic area
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