She likes to use "grand words" like latitude and longitude; her biggest fear is to appear "ignorant."
The longitude between Queens and the Kremlin gave Channel One some latitude.
Furthermore, the Marquesas lay some fourteen degrees to the west of our longitude.
Plotted up track and took observations for time and longitude.
Then we “dead reckoned” the latitude from the noon sight, and “shot” for the longitude as we “came to the Union Bank.”
Or is it dinner, according to the difference of time and longitude?'
I found its longitude from the Lizard in England, by our reckoning, 121° 41' W.
Hallo, helmsman,” he inquired, “what is your latitude and longitude?
longitude 206 degrees 58 minutes West; several smokes seen a little way in land.
I was now in latitude 69° 35', and within a few miles of the longitude of Nordkyn.