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boundary map

[′bau̇n·drē ‚map]
(mapping)
A map constructed for the purpose of delineating a boundary line and adjacent territory.
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Cllr Geraint Hopkins, chairman for Brecon Beacons National Park Authority said: "Agreeing an accurate and universal boundary map that everyone can use has been a remarkable achievement for all the organisations involved in this process.
World Boundary Map Adds physical, political and geographical features to the map.
Jay78 On overgrown grass on Birmingham boundary Surely there exists an official boundary map which can be consulted to quickly bring this matter to a close.
C-IV-306); on the boundary map of the landed estates of Kukruse and Toila, drawn by the land surveyor Sigismund von Staden in 1656, there are tree stumps, birches, and aspens and fallen trees with crosses scraped into them as boundary marks (EAA 2062.
IndiaPin Boundary Map includes Pan India Pin code Boundary map, consisting of Pin Code Number with respective Towns, Tehsil, District and State Name.
i) The [absolute value of T] x [absolute value of T] matrix [partial derivative] that represents the relative simplicial boundary map
For example, while working for a surveyor I was tasked to redraw a boundary map from a very old survey and deed dating back to the early 1800s.
Kathmandu, June 9 (ANI): Indian Ambassador to Nepal Rakesh Sood said on Tuesday that a joint committee is working towards finalisation of a boundary map between India and Nepal to resolve the border issue that has long been in contention.
For example, the Boundary Map link is listed under three different headings, and the Priority Directions link is listed under four.
The revised boundary map along with further information on the conservation area is available on the council's website at www.
Karen Johnson, an IT manager, of Lole Close, Longford, is in Zone E on the parking zone boundary map.
The boundary map is closely related to the down operator introduced in (9).