a representation of a country's territories, boundaries, and capital(s) on paper or other material
As I wrote last time, Shaul Mofaz, the head of Kadima, had an unexpected opportunity to redefine the Israeli political map.
Netanyahu and Peres come from opposite sides of the political map, one being an unswerving hawk, the other a relentless peacenik.
On my side of the political map, the word “Zionist” is, at the very least, problematic.
From tax relief to gay rights to health care, Romney has been all over the political map.
The political map of the world has changed more rapidly than we can remember from anything that books have told us.
His picture of that era so much resembles the political map of our country at the present time that an extract may be excused.
Meantime, changes were taking place in the political map of Illinois, which did not escape the watchful eye of Judge Douglas.
A brief examination of the present political map of Europe will serve to illustrate these rules.