boundary pillar

boundary pillar

[′bau̇n·drē ‚pil·ər]
(mining engineering)
A pillar left in mines between adjoining properties.
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Raffiuddin was briefed to stay in front of me in the open, visible from the border boundary pillar. He was thoroughly briefed, and repeatedly rehearsed, that he would not look back while he spoke to me or when I called him.
the foundation of the boundary pillar on the basis of a screw pile with a tip 360 sets, 72 000 byn3.
Of demarcation boundary pillars ( main line b pillar no 1 -168) as per approved design at different locations according to tashree burjiat ( description of boundary pillar ) and joint survey conducted, in puneeta fore
'The neighbouring societies have also geared up construction work around theese pillars trespassing through the Capital Development Authority land and are threatening to demolish the aforementioned boundary pillars constructed by the Zoological Survey of Pakistan as per the survey report of Survey of Pakistan', the letter added.
After demolishing illegally constructed structures along both banks of the Buriganga River, the government has taken steps to erect proper boundary pillars and walkways to protect the river Buriganga.
CDA along with ICT Administration retrieved 2000 kanals and erected boundary pillars around it.
The missing or damaged boundary pillars will be reconstructed once boundary demarcation is completed and pillars are marked on the map and ground.
The BWG is a joint body constituted by the governments of Nepal and India in 2014 to carryout works in the fields of construction, restoration and repair of boundary pillars including clearance of No-man's land and other technical tasks.
People in Birgunj have worried greatly when the lands they were tilling for centuries reached India after a joint team of Nepal and India marked the position of the boundary pillars in Chhapkaiya area.
During the survey, the location of all boundary pillars had been identified while the total area of the garden was determined to be 725 acres.
In the past, though, 160 boundary pillars were erected around the same land, while the fencing work was also initiated in 2009 after a demarcation carried out by the Survey of Pakistan with the assistance of the Islamabad Capital Territory Revenue Department, but the same project could not be completed at that time he added.