Inset, a recreation of one of the Mason Dixon boundary stones
What does BS stand for?
BS stands for Boundary Stone (UK maps)
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- Boolean Search
- Boondock Saints (movie)
- Boot Sector
- Boot Sequence
- Bore Sight
- Boston Stoker (coffee company)
- BotServ (IRC Bot Server)
- Bottom Sounding
- Bound States
- Boundary Scan
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The salamander was lying motionlessly on a boundary stone in the sun.
For example, it was clearly stated in Deuteronomy 19:14: "Do not move your neighbor's boundary stone set up by your predecessors in the inheritance you receive in the land the LORD your God is giving you to possess.
This latter would become Ladywood Road, whilst the horestone, a boundary stone, is recalled in Warstone Lane.
Inset below, Maxwell Groves, three, is 'bumped' on a boundary stone by Freemen of Llantrisant Brian Groves, left, and Dean Powell
We put the boundary stones from village Blace to the triangle Macedonia- Kosovo- Serbia in the longitude of 39 km.
Forest boundary stones are missing from many leased areas.
The boundary stone was erected Monday at Banki-Amchide in north Cameroon in the presence of Cameroonian and Nigerian officials, foreign diplomats and United Nations officials, the report said.