Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary (Google eBook)

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Merriam-Webster, 1997 - Reference - 1387 pages
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Completely revised! The ideal geographic reference. Over 54,000 entries with economic, political, and physical data. Comprehensive global coverage. 250 easy-to-read maps. Pronunciations and variant spellings. An alphabetical reference with some 48,000 entries on countries, cities, states, buildings and large constructions, and natural landforms and bodies of water. Most entries contain information on population, size, and location, as well as brief economic and historical notes. Includes detailed B & W maps, some full page, and a list of geographical terms in other languages.

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Name: Jill Messer Title: Merriam-Webster (Ed.). (2007). Merriam-Webster's geographical dictionary. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster. Type of Reference: Geographical Reference Call Number: R 910.3 M551 ... Read full review


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