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[...] combinations of conventional measurements in a traverse or network. You just have to know the standard errors that will apply to those measurements and have to specify some coordinates to show the [...]

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[...] of the constructed lines is unknown. Is there any regulation that would require the gas line company to physically locate the line that way the location of the easement could be defined. [...]

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[...] Is there any regulation that would require the gas line company to physically locate the line that way the location of the easement could be defined. Sorry [...]

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Surveying in wooded, steep terrain (reply)

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