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landmark

In surveying, a permanent feature on the land, used as a reference point. If it is necessary to remove a landmark for development or other purposes, the best practice would be to contact the local government engineer or mapping office and ask that a witness monument be set in the place of the former landmark. (Some states require this by law.)

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Two other missing landmarks include the Lonely Lodge motel sign and a giant tomato from Tomato Town.
CHICAGO -- Landmarks Illinois, a statewide historic preservation nonprofit, is encouraging communities across Illinois to apply to the final round of funding through the Landmarks Illinois WWI Monument Preservation Grant Program.
A method, mining landmarks from web, has been proposed [12].
The main contributions of this paper are the following: (1) we exploit sparse shape constraints for nonlinear restoring extra facial landmarks comparing to landmarks used for training.
The Landmarks Conservancy has been at the forefront of calls to designate interior spaces such as the Park Avenue Lobby, Main Lobby, Peacock Alley, Grand Ballroom, Basildon Room, Jade Room, John Jacob Astor Salon, Silver Corridor and Starlight Roof as landmarks.
The Massachusetts city's landmarks commission decided Tuesday to start the paperwork to formally protect the Citgo sign, a 3,600-square-foot advertisement from the 1960s installed near Fenway Park, (https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2016/07/12/citgo-sign-step-closer-possible-landmark-status/qyc4vDXgkzfOSQs0XRypSJ/story.html) the Boston Globe reported .
But now Emley Moor TV mast has been listed as one of Britain's most iconic roadside landmarks.
The landmarks can be based on features received from a visual navigation system and from spatial detectors of different physical nature (gamma-visors, gamma-locators, laser and ultrasonic range meters and scanners etc.) [4].