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" LATITUDE are circles drawn parallel to the equator. THE LATITUDE of a place is its distance north or south from the equator, reckoned in degrees on the meridian passing through that place. "
Institutes of mathematical geography for the use of schools - Pagina 23
door Thomas Hogg - 1806
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An Introduction to Astronomy

John Bonnycastle - 1816 - 428 pagina’s
...instance, is represented as a boundary, which separates the northern from the southern hemisphere; and the latitude of a place is its distance north or south from this circle. If the place lies in the northern hemisphere, it is said to have north latitude; and if...
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The Scientific Library; Or, Repository of Useful and Polite Literature ...

Thomas Smith - 1818
...The equator being considered as a line of separation between the northern and southern hemispheres, the latitude of a place is its distance north or south from this boundary; and it is said to have north or south latitude, according ag it lies in the northern...
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The Guide to Knowledge, Volume 4

William Pinnock - 1836
...order from the sun. Jupiter, the largest planet in our system, and the ninth in order from the sun. Latitude of a place, is its distance north or south from the equator, reckoned in degrees, minutes, Sic. upon the arc of a great circle, perpendicular to it. Latitude of...
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Progressive geography, adapted to junior classes

Richard Hiley - 1843
...Longitude of a place. The degrees of longitude diminish in length as they advance towards the poles. 10. The Latitude of a place is its distance north or south from the equator. Parallels of latitude are small circles parallel to the equator, and diminishing in size as they approach...
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The child's first geography

Richard Hiley - 1848 - 64 pagina’s
...Longitude of a place. The degrees of longitude diminish in length as they advance towards the poles. 23. The Latitude of a place is its distance north or south from the equator. Parallels of latitude are small cireles parallel to the equator, and diminishing in size as they approach...
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A grammar of general geography, by J. Goldsmith, revised by E. Hughes

Richard Phillips (sir.) - 1851
...the ecliptic. The seventh contains the names of the twelve calendar months. 127. The LAT1TUDE OP ANY PLACE is its distance north or south from the equator, and is reckoned in degrees and minutes on that meridian of the place, as far as 90o in both directions. 128. The LONG1TUDE...
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An Elementary Course of Natural and Experimental Philosophy ...

Thomas Tate - 1856 - 528 pagina’s
...parallel to the equator. The polar distance of a place is its distance from either of the poles. 11. The latitude of a place is its distance north or south from the equator, reckoned in degrees on the brass meridian. 12. The tropics are two small circles drawn parallel to...
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The teacher's handbook to The circle of knowledge

Charles Baker - 1857
...this can never exceed 90 degrees, which is the distance of the north and south pole from the equator. The latitude of a place is its distance north or south from the equator. map — from mappa (Lat.), a table cloth ; a tablet, picture, or delineation of the world, or of any...
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First Lessons in Philosophy, Or, The Science of Familiar Things: In which ...

Thomas Turner Tate, Cornelius Sowle Cartée - 1856 - 252 pagina’s
...round 360 degrees every 24 hours. Parallels of latitude are circles drawn parallel to the equator. The latitude of a place is its distance north or south from the equator, reckoned in degrees on the meridian passing through that place. The tropics are two small circles drawn...
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The Little Philosopher, Or The Science of Familiar Things: Forming a Series ...

1863
...round 360 degrees every 24 hours. PARALLELS OF LATITUDE are circles drawn parallel to the equator. THE LATITUDE of a place is its distance north or south from the equator, reckoned in degrees on the meridian passing through that place. The TROPICS are two small circles drawn...
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