engineer's level

engineer’s level

Any of a group of precision leveling instruments for establishing a horizontal line of sight; used to determine differences of elevation.
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Terris Novalis IF you're going to make an impact with steel then Consett has to be the place to do it and in 1997 Tony Cragg, fifth winner of the Turner Prize, paid respects to the town's manufacturing traditions with a six-metre-high theodolite - a 19th Century surveyor's instrument used for measuring angles - and an engineer's level at 20 times their normal size.
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