latitude

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  • Latitude can also be determined by the direction in which the stars travel over time.
  • It's a professional all-year event, even at very high latitudes during the winter.
  • On the other hand, he found very few species in common with the east coast at similar latitudes.
  • The northern lights are very common in the higher latitude areas of the world.
  • The plant has been widely introduced at mid-latitudes across much of North America.
  • This marks the highest latitude at which a land battle has ever been fought.
  • There are no islands to be seen in any of the three latitudes.
  • Both forms are found in the area in-between these latitudes.
  • The season for cut flowers may be extended, however, by growing plants at different latitudes.
  • Outside these ages, the Earth seems to have been ice-free even in high latitudes.
  • It is located in the high northern latitudes, on the far side.
  • The point played further back, while the cover-point was allowed more latitude to roam forward.
  • The same things can also be said about the southern hemisphere, particularly at high latitudes.
  • The red lines are the named latitudes of the previous section.
  • Near these latitudes, there is one wet season and one dry season annually.
  • Most species are found in shallow warm water but a few are found in higher latitudes.
  • Sailors in some parts of the world claimed his methods seemed to work at sea in some latitudes.
  • They form at high latitudes during the cold season.
  • Body length, wing length and size of beak all increase at higher latitudes.
  • There are five major circles of latitude, listed below from north to south.
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Words starting with latitude

Meaning of latitude

  • noun The angular distance between an imaginary line around a heavenly body parallel to its equator and the equator itself
  • noun Freedom from normal restraints in conduct
    the new freedom in movies and novels, allowed his children considerable latitude in how they spent their money
  • noun An imaginary line around the earth parallel to the equator
  • noun Scope for freedom of e.g. action or thought; freedom from restriction