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Definition: (British English) A book containing street maps of all the areas of a large city.
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* All five elements should be in.


1. Purposeful and necessary, whether used or not.
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LEAD. DIRECTION.


2. All streets in the area and the outskirts, are listed. That is, all the closes, boulevards, crescents, drives, roads, etc., of large city, are in book!
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COMPLETE.


3. All relevant data and features - parks, arcades, police posts, hospitals, post office, banks, bridges, etc., if any, - are also in book (connect to #2).
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COMPENDIUM.
Below the Line
4. Print is clear, that is, book is very readable. In other words, colour(s), font or spacing, etc., are all appropriate.
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USABLE.


5. Maps are correct and drawn to scale! That is, maps are drawn by a cartographer or cartographers! In other words, they are technically excellent, with directions, distances, etc., as necessary.
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CURRENT. LATEST.