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stamping . . . 1 match
...t is only a computer database identifier that is assigned by the [[NGS]] after the marker has been put in place, surveyed, and submitted to the NGS for inclusion into the [[NSRS]]....

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cadastral . . . 1 match
...ude, longitude, or elevation. Few cadastral survey marks are included in the [[NGS]] [[NSRS]] database of geodetic control points. Some examples of cadastral survey markers are ...

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blue book . . . 1 match
...The [[NGS]] data submission standards for the National Spatial Reference System ([[NSRS]]) are documented in the '''''bluebook''''', which has the full title of "Input Formats and ...

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PID . . . 1 match
... is a 6-character code that the NGS uses to keep track of [[control]] points in their [[NSRS]] computer database. This code was invented when the [[NGS]] computerized its records. ...

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Glossary . . . 1 match
... Datum|NAD27]], [[North American Datum|NAD83]], [[national grid]], [[NGS]], [[NOAA]], [[NSRS]] ---- . <<Anchor(O)>> . O<<BR>> [[observation]], [[occupied]], [[order]], [[orthome...

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