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  • noun Plural form of clinometer.

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Examples

  • A tree's size is based on a formula that includes the size of its trunk (4½ feet above the ground), its height (electronic clinometers make measuring easier) and the average spread of its crown, or upper branches.

    Hunters have unusual aim: Big trees

  • A tree's size is based on a formula that includes the size of its trunk (4½ feet above the ground), its height (electronic clinometers make measuring easier) and the average spread of its crown, or upper branches.

    Hunters have unusual aim: Big trees

  • This method requires the use of theodolites or clinometers.

    1.1. Survey of local conditions and site reconnaissance

  • On the few following days we went through our usual cannonading, following a new practice of firing at night by laying our guns just at dusk, placing marks to run the wheels on, and using clinometers for elevation at the proper moment.

    With the Naval Brigade in Natal (1899-1900) Journal of Active Service

  • The outfit of field instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The outfit of field instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The outfit of field instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The outfit of Field Instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The outfit of Field Instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The outfit of Field Instruments contains compasses, transits, and levels of various approved makes; a solar transit, furnished also with stadia wires and gradienter for tachymetric work; hand-levels and clinometers for field topography; plane tables; a sextant; together with an adequate supply of leveling rods, telemeter rods, signal poles, chains, tapes, pins, and so on.

    University of Virginia Record

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