There are some phrases specified, as follows:
By the phrase outline world map we mean, that the world maps on this website have all following common signs -
the surfaces and borders can have quite approximate shapes instead of very precise shapes; the continents on the maps are surrounded with a (by default) black line.
By using the combination of words blank world map , we are meaning, that there are no country borders on a such map.
The words political world map are indicating on this website to an image, which has country borders (also black by default and with the same thickness as the outlines).
Source: The outline world map images on this website were derived (graphically modified) from a colored map image, which is released to public domain ( click here ).
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Writing an outline for a research paper can seem like a time consuming task, and you may not understand the value of it if you have never written one before. Outlines can help you structure your research and your final paper in much more efficient ways, though, so it is a good idea that you learn how to write one. Here are a few things to keep in mind when doing so.