Photogrammetric
Photogrammeter Pho`to*gram"me*ter, n. [See {Photogram}; {-meter}.] A phototheodolite, or a camera designed for use in photogrammetry. -- {Pho`to*gram*met"ric}, {Pho`to*gram*met"ric*al}, a. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • photogrammetric — pho·to·gram·met·ric …   English syllables

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  • Henry Georges Fourcade — (July 8, 1865, Bordeaux, France ndash; January 19, 1948, Witte Els Bosch, South Africa) also known as Henri Georges Fourcade and sometimes Georges Henri Fourcade, was a surveyor, forester, pioneer of photogrammetry and as botanist, a major early… …   Wikipedia

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