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  • 61survey — verb (t) /sɜˈveɪ / (say ser vay), /ˈsɜveɪ / (say servay) 1. to take a general or comprehensive view of. 2. to view in detail, especially to inspect or examine formally or officially in order to ascertain condition, value, etc. 3. to determine the …

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  • 62survey course — noun : a course treating briefly the chief topics of one or several allied broad fields of knowledge * * * Educ. an introductory course of study that provides a general view of an academic subject. [1915 20] * * * survey course, Education. an… …

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  • 63Survey vessel — A survey vessel is any type of ship or boat that is used for mapping. It is a type of Research vessel. RoleThe task of survey vessels is to map the bottom, benthic zone, full water column, and surface for the purpose of: * hydrography * general… …

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  • 64Survey of Bangladesh — The Survey of Bangladesh (SOB) is the National Mapping Authority of Bangladesh. The agency functions under the Ministry of Defence and is headed by the Surveyor General of Bangladesh. The SOB started out as the Bengal Survey on 1st January 1767… …

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  • 65survey — The determination of the boundary or boundaries of land. Bunger v Grimm, 142 Ga 448, 83 SE 200. The map, plat, or other memorandum of the determination of a land boundary by a surveyor. 12 Am J2d Bound § 99. An architect s examination of premises …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 66survey control point — A survey station used to coordinate survey control …

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  • 67Survey ships of the Royal New Zealand Navy — Commissioned survey and research vessels of the Royal New Zealand Navy from its formation on 1 Oct 1941 to the present:ee also* Current Royal New Zealand Navy ships * List of ships of the Royal New Zealand Navy * Survey ship * Research vessel *… …

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  • 68survey — Synonyms and related words: abbreviation, abbreviature, abrege, abridgment, abstract, analysis, appraisal, appraise, appraisement, appreciate, approximation, article, assay, assemblage, assembly, assess, assessment, assize, assizement, audit,… …

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  • 69survey — 1. verb 1) he surveyed his work Syn: look at, look over, observe, view, contemplate, regard, gaze at, stare at, eye; scrutinize, examine, inspect, scan, study, consider, review, take stock of; informal si …

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  • 70survey*/*/ — [ˈsɜːveɪ] noun [C] I 1) a set of questions that you ask in order to find out people s opinions We carried out a survey of local housing needs.[/ex] 2) an examination of the condition of something, especially a house 3) an examination of land by… …

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  • 71survey foot —    a former U.S. definition of the foot as exactly 1200/3937 meter or about 30.480 060 96 centimeters. This was the official U.S. definition of the foot from 1866 to 1959; it makes the meter equal exactly 39.37 inches. In 1959 the survey foot was …

    Dictionary of units of measurement

  • 72survey of a vessel — A statement of its present condition. Chicago S. S. Lines v. U. S. Lloyd s, C.C.A.I11., 12 F.2d 733, 737. A public document, looked to both by underwriters and owners, as affording the means of ascertaining, at the time and place, the state and… …

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  • 73survey of dogs — Regard Re*gard , n. [F. regard See {Regard}, v. t.] 1. A look; aspect directed to another; view; gaze. [1913 Webster] But her, with stern regard, he thus repelled. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Attention of the mind with a feeling of interest;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 74survey information center — A place where survey data are collected, correlated, and made available to subordinate units …

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  • 75survey, liaison, and reconnaissance party — A task organization formed from the Marine air ground task force and Navy support element, which is introduced into the objective area prior to arrival of the fly in echelon (FIE). The survey, liaison, and reconnaissance party conducts initial… …

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  • 76survey — I. verb (surveyed; surveying) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French surveer, to look over, from sur + veer to see more at view Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. a. to examine as to condition, situation, or value ; appraise …

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  • 77Survey stakes — Control of alignment and grade during construction is established through the use of survey stakes. Stakes are generally made of wood in different sizes. Based on the use of the stake they are called alignment stakes, offset stakes, grade stakes …

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  • 78survey —    In caving, the measurement of directions and distances between survey points and of cave details from them, and the plotting of cave plans and sections from these measurements either graphically or after computation of coordinates [25] …

    Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • 79Survey — Sur|vey [ sə:vei] der; [s], s <aus gleichbed. engl. survey »überblicken, schauen«, dies aus altfr. surveier zu sur (vgl. ↑super...) u. veier »sehen«, dies aus lat. videre>: 1. Erhebung, Ermittlung, Befragung bei der Meinungs u.… …

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  • 80survey — [15] To survey something is etymologically to ‘oversee’ it. The word comes via Anglo Norman surveier from medieval Latin supervidēre, a compound verb formed from the prefix super ‘over’ and vidēre ‘see’ (source of English view, vision, etc).… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins