boundary marker

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boundary marker

[′bau̇n·drē ‚mär·kər]
(navigation)
A radio transmitter operating at 75 megahertz and installed near the approach end of landing runway (3.9 nautical miles ± 1000 feet, or 7123 ± 305 meters) and approximately on the localizer course line.

Boundary marker

May consist of a wooden stake, surveyor’s marker, or monument located at the points where the perimeter changes directions, as indicated on a plot

boundary marker

A marker or inscribed stone that designates some type of boundary; for example, see meridian stone.

boundary marker

boundary marker
A painted object, such as a cone, disc, or other devices, used to mark the boundary of the surface usable for landing and takeoff of aircraft. The landing area may not have any boundary lights.
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John Calvin found removing the boundary stone to be an act of double deceit, for it was both an act of theft and one of false witness.
Although punishments were inflicted for disturbing boundary marks, trees were cut down, boundary stones were tampered with or taken to another site, crosses were burnt down, and boundary shoulders were ploughed up (Vilberg, 1932).
I am very excited about walking along both shores of the river from the piers to the Boundary Stone, covering the tidal stretch of the Tyne and the jurisdiction of the Port of Tyne itself.
Inset below, Maxwell Groves, three, is 'bumped' on a boundary stone by Freemen of Llantrisant Brian Groves, left, and Dean Powell
Tenders are invited for supplying and fixing boundary stone along the side of approach road for the construction of a bridge at parakkadavu at mallappally
The boundary stone at Loggerheads was established in the 1760s to resolve a row over mineral rights between the Lords of Mold and the Grosvenor Estate - a bitter dispute that lasted for more than 10 years and was finally settled in the High Court.
The lounge has views over the landscaped front garden and open fields beyond the boundary stone wall.
The stone which was on the Ochre Hole prior to the building of the houses along this road is not a milestone but a boundary stone placed there in 1764.
The southern most boundary stone in Cleadon Village has been moved back to where it was originally erected more than 30 years ago at the boundary of South Tyneside on Sunderland Road, opposite the Football Academy.
AN ancient boundary stone, buried before World War II because its information could help invading troops, has been unearthed near a place called No Man's Land.
The boundary stone wall of the 14th century St James' parish church at Audlem, near Nantwich, causes a serious bottle neck for traffic.
A BOUNDARY stone marking the northern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has been unveiled by Pat Scott, chairman of the AONB Partnership.