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Ordnance Survey

the official map-making body of the British or Irish government
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He also welcomed the initiative of the Ordinance Survey's to establish a Survey and Spatial Sciences Academy, the first of its kind in the world, to train land survey workers and transfer the British expertise to them.
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Trotternish is not for the fainthearted: the 20-mile route ends at Skye's picturesque capital Portree, and we needed compass, Ordinance Survey map and tent to crack it.
They will be asking the Ordinance Survey to officially name the Black Country on its maps, as a way to increase awareness of the area and promote its identity and history.
SINN Fein is up in arms over a new website just launched by that most inoffensive of bodies namely The Ordinance Survey of Ireland.
Richard, it seems, has come to Ballybeg with sidekick Perkins (Scan Murray) to carry out a humiliating experiment that is this play's equivalent to "Translations"' ordinance survey studies in topography.
The UK's national mapping agency, Ordinance Survey, for example, cites a need for lower costs and higher resilience as reasons behind its adoption of Oracle 10g.
Both Rolex and Ordinance Survey joined the Society as corporate benefactors this year, supporting the archives and education initiatives respectively.
Ordinance Survey has announced that all of its current computer products are compliant with BSI Year 2000 conformity requirements.
Early Ordinance Survey maps show that the site was undeveloped in 1851, although streets to the west of the dock feeder and the prison to the east of the railway were.
How is the Ordinance Survey's stone triangulation pillar on the top of Roseberry Topping better known?