TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PUT ON THE MAP»
The term «put on the map» is very widely used and occupies the 11.136
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUT ON THE MAP»
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American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
This slangy term, alluding to a horse's feed bag that is literally tied on, dates from
the early 1900s. put on the map Make famous, publicize, as in The incident got
on the national news and put our community on the map. This expression ...
Darker Side of the
Renaissance: Literacy, ...
As was already suggested, it was not only geographically that the Americas
began to be put on the map. In the process, there was also the politics of naming
and representing the barbarians, briefly touched on in the example of Novus
English idioms for Spanish speakers
Les vendio cinco vacas y otros tantos caballos. map — e I mapa to put on the
map — hacerfamoso; dar a conocer. With this gigantic skyscraper we'll put the
city on the map. Con este gigantesco rascacielos haremos famosa a esta ciudad.
Eugene Savaiano, Lynn W. Winget, 2007
Open Sesame - Social Studies - Book 3
What would you like to put on the map?' Aisha put up her hand. 'Let's put the
swings and slide on the map/ she said. 'All right/ said Mrs Gupta. 'Where shall we
put them?' Aisha came up to the board and pointed to the area between the
Social Studies Classroom
So the things that they put on the map are things that stay. S: Stay put. T: Stay still.
Like the bridge—does the bridge ever get up and move? Ss: No. S: What if they
tore the building down? T: Then what would they need to make? S: A map with ...
Jere Brophy, Janet Alleman, Barbara Knighton, 2008
InformaI. promote, advertise, mention, publicize, sell; SI. boost, build up, Inf. puff
up, SI. ballyhoo; commend, put in a good word about, make a pitch for, beat the
drum for; write up, put on the map, make a household word. 6. InformaI. plod ...
Jerome Irving Rodale, 1978
Qing Colonial Enterprise: Ethnography and Cartography in ...
Because of its geographical remove from Europe, however, it could not be put on
the map of Europe in the same way. Yet, China was at this time put on maps
made and circulated widely in Europe. The shape of modern China, in the form of
EMDR and The
Art of Psychotherapy With Children
When the child has identified all the worries that he or she wants to put on the
map for the day, remind the child that he or she can add to the map at any time. “
Remember we can change the map at anytime if we've forgotten something or ...
Robbie Adler-Tapia PhD, Carolyn Settle MSW, 2008
Fourth Part of the
Race to the
Ends of the
The book also found its way to Pope Pius X. During a private meeting with
Fischer at the Vatican, the pope confessed that he been gratified to learn that the
New World had been first named and put on the map by Waldseemüller, a
Mapping and Compilation
Some uniformity has to brought about before they are put on the map. This is of
extreme importance in a country like India where the local dialect changes every
few miles. It was in the middle of 19th century that an effort was made in this ...
Kunwar Krishan Rampal, 1993
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PUT ON THE MAP»
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Coronation Street put on the map
Soap's most famous street has been put on the map after Ordnance Survey paid ... The large scale map shows Coronation Street, complete with the Underworld ... «Belfast Telegraph, Sep 14»
Jupiter's Moon 'Put On The Map' After 400 Years
Researchers have put Jupiter's seventh moon Ganymede over 400 years after ... Researchers created the first "global geologic map" of the moon using flyby ... «Headlines & Global News, Feb 14»