Recent Examples of surveyor from the Web
Strong and others refused to allow NEXUS surveyors onto their property, even when they were accompanied by armed sheriff’s deputies.
The 15 lots proposed are on vacant land within the estate, the project’s surveyor Paul Crockett said.
The officials say the bodies of 18 soldiers and 30 others have been brought to Maiduguri from the area near Lake Chad where extremists Boko Haram fighters attacked geological surveyors who were prospecting for oil Tuesday.
Collecting addiction statistics is notoriously dangerous for government surveyors, so accurate numbers are hard to pin down, but Chaparro puts heroin addiction in Juarez at three times the national average.
With the engineering license, Emerson will be able to sign and stamp plans, according to the surveyor.
And so, last week, surveyors with ground-penetrating radar and long probes cleared the underbrush next to the the low stone wall around the cemetery.
Surveyors listen for four minutes at each stop for the distinctive thumping sounds made by drumming male grouse.
Garret Tufte, 32, works as a civil engineer and land surveyor in Lawrence, Kan.
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SURVEYOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of surveyor for English Language Learners
: someone whose job is to measure and examine an area of land
: someone whose job is to examine buildings
SURVEYOR Defined for Kids
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