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Definition of Geographical

Geographical
Mile Mile, n. [AS. m[=i]l, fr. L. millia, milia; pl. of mille a thousand, i. e., milia passuum a thousand paces. Cf. Mill the tenth of a cent, Million.] A certain measure of distance, being equivalent in England and the United States to 320 poles or rods, or 5,280 feet. Note: The distance called a mile varies greatly in different countries. Its length in yards is, in Norway, 12,182; in Brunswick, 11,816; in Sweden, 11,660; in Hungary, 9,139; in Switzerland, 8,548; in Austria, 8,297; in Prussia, 8,238; in Poland, 8,100; in Italy, 2,025; in England and the United States, 1,760; in Spain, 1,552; in the Netherlands, 1,094. Geographical, or Nautical mile, one sixtieth of a degree of a great circle of the earth, or 6080.27 feet. Mile run. Same as Train mile. See under Train. Roman mile, a thousand paces, equal to 1,614 yards English measure. Statute mile, a mile conforming to statute, that is, in England and the United States, a mile of 5,280 feet, as distinguished from any other mile.

Meaning of Geographical from wikipedia

- Geographical Society in 1830, Russian Geographical Society in 1845, American Geographical Society in 1851, and the National Geographic Society in 1888. The influence...
- typically for latitude and longitude Geographical distance – Distance measured along the surface of the Earth Geographic information system – System to capture...
- A geographical pole or geographic pole is either of the two points on Earth where its axis of rotation intersects its surface. The North Pole lies in...
- The five main latitude regions of Earth's surface comprise geographical zones, divided by the major circles of latitude. The differences between them relate...
- Hundred Years of the National Geographic Society". The Geographical Journal. 154 (1). United Kingdom: Royal Geographical Society: 87–92. Bibcode:1988GeogJ...
- A geographical indication (GI) is a name or sign used on products which corresponds to a specific geographical location or origin (e.g., a town or region)...
- other geographical features where water moves from one place to another are not always considered bodies of water, but they are included as geographical formations...
- content may be available in libraries.) C****idy, Frederic G. (1982). "Geographical Variation of English in the United States". In Bailey, Richard W.; Görlach...
- founded in 1830 under the name Geographical Society of London as an institution to promote the 'advancement of geographical science'. It later absorbed the...
- Geographical distance or geodetic distance is the distance measured along the surface of the Earth, or the shortest arch length. The formulae in this article...