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sur·vey·ing

(sŭr-vā'ing),
In dentistry, the procedure of locating and delineating the contour and position of the abutment teeth and associated structures before designing a removable partial denture.

sur·vey·ing

(sŭr-vā'ing)
In dentistry, procedure of locating and delineating contour and position of abutment teeth and associated structures before designing a removable partial denture.
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The company provides a range of construction services, including land surveying, land planning, civil engineering, and specialised inspections.
is committed to the continued excellence of providing traditional land surveying, geospatial, and consulting services to its existing and future clients.
In the most general form, land surveying is a complex technique of measuring specific points, and the distances and angles between them, most typically for the develop maps and architectural plans.
Harmsen and Associates provides land surveying, land use planning, civil engineering, and construction staking.
offers boundary surveying, land surveying and other survey services in Arizona, California, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
"TRWA, a right of way acquisitions and land survey firm will be offering Right of Way Acquisitions, Land Title Research and Land Surveying for the their oil & gas clients," says, Don Valden, CEO of TRWA, Inc.
Town and Country Surveyors, LLC is a full service land surveying company with clients both in the private and public sector.