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are imaginary lines or meridians drawn from the North Pole to the South Pole
an imaginary reference line zero degrees, drawn around the globe dividing the world into two halves or hemispheres
another way to find a place using the relationship of other places to show where that particular place is located
all the land and water located between the Equator and the North Pole.
the study of where people, places, and things are located and of the ways in which things relate to each other.
is a line of latitude 23½ degree south of the Equator
is a reference line longitude zero degrees running through the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England
Are parallels are imaginary lines drawn parallel to the equator, measuring distances north or south of the equator
half the portion of the world divided by the Equator
the section of land and water located between the Equator and the South Pole.
the position of a place on the globe, commonly stated using imaginary lines of latitude and longitude marked on the globe
a line of latitude 23½ degree north of the Equator
a flat drawing representing all or part of the earth’s surface