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FirstTime . . . 9 matches
...omething else. Now you want to go on your first benchmark hunting trip. Pick about 10 [[PID]]s to look for, preferably fairly close to each other. If you can, pick some that other...

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Equip-Data . . . 4 matches
...hat has a box-score. If carrying paper datasheets, it is best to have them sorted by [[PID]] so that you can find them in your package easier. Before you staple them together for...

1.5k - rev: 5 (current) last modified: 2009-03-21 21:03:18

stamping . . . 1 match
... on the marker. Often this is the same as, or nearly the same as the designation. The [[PID]] is never stamped on a disk, since it is only a computer database identifier that is a...

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occupied . . . 1 match
... station mark for observation from it to other stations. There are a few marks with a [[PID]] have never been occupied and their position has been determined by other means. [[int...

0.4k - rev: 2 (current) last modified: 2009-03-21 21:03:19

Glossary . . . 1 match
...], [[orthometric height]] ---- . <<Anchor(P)>> . P<<BR>> [[UnitsOfMeasure|perch]], [[PID]], [[pipe cap]], [[PLSS corner]], [[UnitsOfMeasure|pole]], [[power pole]] ---- . <<Anc...

3.0k - rev: 25 (current) last modified: 2009-03-21 21:03:19