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  • n. Plural form of surveyor.


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  • Besides these people there were certain surveyors, architects, military topographers and at least one gifted clergyman.

    Two Views of Canadian Art

  • Having made his name keeping surveyors alive, he began to ride with the new ranging companies, who were often the same people who went out to guard surveying teams.


  • I come from a long line of mine and land surveyors, which is where I get my somewhat skeptical view of precious metals and related infrastructure.

    Scripting News for 9/17/07 « Scripting News Annex

  • There had latterly been created in the service a new body of officers called surveyors 'clerks.

    Autobiography of Anthony Trollope

  • However, they said that in the short term the surveyors 'valuations could help bring stability to property prices.


  • The letters were on the desk with David's watch, but there still remained a calf-bound notebook, such as surveyors use in field work.

    The Rim of the Desert

  • To augment the number of persons employed in the administration of the state, he devised several new offices; such as surveyors of the public buildings, of the roads, the aqueducts, and the bed of the Tiber; for the distribution of corn to the people; the praefecture of the city;

    The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 02: Augustus

  • There had latterly been created in the service a new body of officers called surveyors’ clerks.

    An Autobiography

  • Are customers overcharged because of agents 'links with associated services, such as surveyors?

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  • ... or perhaps it will provide jobs for all those unemployed / able HIPS 'surveyors'.

    Guy Fawkes' blog


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