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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgazetteergaz‧et‧teer /ˌɡæzəˈtɪə $ -ˈtɪr/ noun [countable]  TCNa list of names of places, printed as a dictionary or as a list at the end of a book of maps
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gazetteerThe names on its files provide a gazetteer to the map of much of this Unknown Land.It is a geography and gazetteer of the angelic and demonic domains.Yet does Ulverton work as a novel, rather than as an immensely partial mental gazetteer?
From Longman Business Dictionarygazetteergaz‧et‧teer /ˌgæzəˈtɪə-ˈtɪr/ noun [countable] a book listing the names of places and information about each place. The wordGazetteer’ is sometimes used in the title of such booksBartholomew’s Gazetteer shows trading facts about each country, region, or regional organisation.
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