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noun as in civil engineer

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His father, an American soldier, later became a road surveyor, and his British mother worked as a bank teller.

At the same time, consumers tell data collectors and surveyors that, if they’re going to see ads, they want them to be relevant and targeted toward what they actually want.

One of the key ways the program promises to make participation less expensive is by eliminating the need for surveyors to come out and conduct detailed assessments of every project site.

In early March, the agency said it would prioritize infection-control inspections, deploying surveyors, most at state health agencies, on unannounced visits to homes across the country.

“As a surveyor, you would no longer be the police, you’re the parent,” Owens said.

John Randel Jr., the surveyor chosen for the job, was all of 20 years old.

Friend Oliver was in no wise disturbed by the indignant statement of the Chesters to the surveyor.

Owing to the surveyor receiving increased powers the work of conscientious objectors on the roads in East Essex has improved.

Champlain related how, in company with a Canadian government surveyor, he had climbed the mountain which had received his name.

There is a nominal surveyor to each parish—a surveyor who knows nothing about rates.

He had employed a surveyor, Mr. Scully, to draw plans and take photographs showing the amount of the damage.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to surveyor, such as: assessor, cartographer, measurer, land surveyor, mapmaker, and topographer.

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