boundary marker

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Tenders are invited for Providing civic amenities (boundary stone, bus stop, water tank for cattle, smashanbhumi shed, public toilet (4 unit),grampanchayat, samajmandir etc.)to rehabilitated village mhaswad (venekhol),tal- man, dist- satara.
Continuing ahead along the roadway a boundary stone is prominent on the right and after crossing a beck there is a gulley on either side of our route with distant views of Fylingdales Early Warning Station ahead.
"I saw the boundary stone marking the military demarcation line (which I crossed) was low.
We know that the forest in the Erra community had obtained its name by the boundary stone of four landed estates--Pussi, Pada, Erra, Kalsi and became known as Neljaristi mets [Forest of Four Crosses] (ERA II 217, 235/236 (89) < Rakvere, Loganuse, Pussi v.
Port of Tyne writer-in-residence Michael Chaplin is taking two weeks to walk along both sides of the river from the piers to the boundary stone.
On Tuesday, he will set of from South Shields Pier to walk upriver to the tidal boundary stone near Wylam, Northumberland, then cross Wylam bridge and continue walking a further 19 miles on the north side of the Tyne eventually ending at Tynemouth pier.
* Lower Edge Development, conversion of guest house to nine bedsits and flats for student accommodation with addition of new windows to ground and basement and partial demolition of existing boundary stone wall to the rear (conservation area), 15 Park Drive, Huddersfield.
Then two bhikkhunis approached the Eastern boundary stone and asked question: "What is the boundary mark of the east".
AN ancient boundary stone, buried before World War II because its information could help invading troops, has been unearthed near a place called No Man's Land.
The boundary stone wall of the 14th century St James' parish church at Audlem, near Nantwich, causes a serious bottle neck for traffic.
Continuing ahead we soon pass a boundary stone, right, and then a standing stone.
The boundary stone at Loggerheads was established in the 1760s to resolve a row over mineral rights between the Lords of Mold and the Grosvenor Estate - a bitter dispute that lasted for more than 10 years and was finally settled in the High Court.