Examples of geography in a Sentence
studying the geography of the western United States
the geography of the region matches ancient descriptions of the location of the lost city
Recent Examples of geography from the Web
Since then, construction of neighborhoods and the park have vastly changed the geography of the region.
Weigner was a seventh grade geography teacher and cross-country coach for 35 years before retiring.
Ismay, a favorite of Churchill’s and a military adviser to British governments, had a remarkable sense of history — namely that constants such as historical memory, geography, and national character always transcend the politics of the day.
A recent New York Times piece points out some partial answers, including strategic decisions by political leaders to court immigrant votes, and policies and lucky geography that lead to civil integration of immigrants.
Atlanta has one of the highest levels of air pollutants because of congestion, its landlocked geography and heat.
The vexed question is one of those problems on the borderline of history and geography that are fascinating and perhaps insoluble.
Because of the spread-out geography of west Texas, access is incredibly fraught.
This recently changed for a number of reasons, the first being the geography of the war.
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GEOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of geography for English Language Learners
: an area of study that deals with the location of countries, cities, rivers, mountains, lakes, etc.
: the natural features (such as rivers, mountains, etc.) of a place
GEOGRAPHY Defined for Kids
Definition of geography for Students
- the geography of the western United States
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