hand level

hand level

[′hand ‚lev·əl]
(engineering)
A hand-held surveyor's level, basically a telescope with a bubble tube attached so that the position of the bubble can be seen when looking through the telescope.

hand level

A hand-held surveying instrument used for rough checks of elevations and leveling work, usually limited in use to a radius of 200 ft (approx. 60 m) from an established elevation. Consists of a metal sighting tube (but no telescope) in which a spirit level is observed opposite the horizontal cross hair.
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But he said that the crunch issue for Unite is preventing the loss of between PS3,500 to PS5,000 in salary for the 113 grade three leading hand level staff - which is about 15 per cent of their average PS21,000 salary.
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Build up confidence initially by keeping the hand level the same as you would for "paw".
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Once the soil excavation is complete, use a hand level to make sure the bottom of the garden floor is level.
As a rule, customers visually scan a product at eye-level and make a purchase decision at hand level.
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A single amputation at or above the partial hand level.
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