One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Of a map, diagram, etc.: representing features, especially layers of rock, in what are presumed to be their original positions.
A palinspastic map; (in plural) the production or study of such maps.
1930s. From ancient Greek πάλιν again + σπαστικός drawing in.
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