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sur·vey·or

(sŭr-vā'ŏr, ōr),
In dentistry, the instrument used in surveying.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

sur·vey·or

(sŭr-vā'ŏr)
In dentistry, instrument used in procedure of surveying.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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By implementing a consistent abuse prevention program that teaches regulatory guidelines and surveyor protocol, a facility can reduce its exposure to procedural errors that lead to complaints alleging mistreatment or abuse.
The altimeter, an instrument on the Global Surveyor satellite, helps scientists map the topography (physical features) of Mars' surface by measuring the altitude (height) of landforms (see SW 9/20/99, p.
Surveyor, the leading innovator of interactive webcam technology, provides users, on both the consumer and corporate levels, with full service, low cost and easy to manage methods for controlling webcam movement through intranets and the Internet.
More specific information about the project's long-range activities will be discussed during future surveyor training sessions to be announced later this year and publicized in future issues of the NRA Newsletter.
Government knows the importance of using qualified and registered land surveyors in the construction of roads, and has come up with laws governing the registration of various professionals, including land surveyors.
The Insurance Rules 1958, devised under the Insurance (Amendment) ACT-1948, had a Provision for Payment of Insurance Claims by the Insurers to a certain limit, without any Survey thereof having been conducted by a Government Licensed Insurance Surveyors Organization.
Surveyors on Wednesday faulted Kericho county for purportedly closing The Survey of Kenya offices.
The land surveyor, who works with Thika-based firm Real Geosurveys, says that people subdivide their land for various reasons: "A person might want to subdivide land because he'd like to leave different portions to each of his/her beneficiaries as inheritance.
(2) Every report given by an insurance surveyor shall be signed by a natural person who is, at the date of the report, registered as an authorised surveying officer for the class of insurance surveyors to which the loss being surveyed relates and authorized surveying officer and the insurance surveyor be jointly and severally responsible for the report, and shall include the following, namely: -
A quantity surveyor manages all costs relating to building and civil engineering projects, from the initial calculations to the final figures.