And this is the geodesy or manner of measuring of an Icosaedrum.
geodesy of right lines is two fold; of one distance, or of two.
And to-day, a century and a half after the victory of the Newtonians, think you geodesy has nothing more to teach us?
That in civil engineering affords continuous field practice in geodesy and hydraulics during about a month.
The history of geodesy in South Africa began with Lacaille's measurements in 1752.
Ever since, the activity of French geodesy has never slackened.
Thirdly, the hands must be steady; for if they shake, the proportion of the geodesy must needes be troubled and uncertaine.
geodesy, je-od′e-si, n. a science whose object is to measure the earth and its parts on a large scale.
Professor Woodward has published many papers on subjects in astronomy, geodesy, mathematics and mechanics.
geodesy of one distance is when the measurer for the finding of the desired dimension doth not change his place of standing.