Surveying as practised by civil engineers and surveyors
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Surveying as practised by civil engineers and surveyors including the setting-out of works for construction and surveys abroad, with examples taken from actual practice, intended as a handbook for field and office use, also as a text-book for students. by John Whitelaw

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Published by Technical P .
Written in English

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ContributionsPerrott, Samuel Wright.
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Number of Pages566
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Open LibraryOL18759228M

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