calculated by a surveyor, travelling on foot with a waywiser
(42.) Kampa, Bachelor Pad (Cornwall: Waywiser
Press, 2014), p.
Also known as a perambulator, hodometer, or surveyor's wheel, the waywiser
is essentially a large wheel and stick that is pushed along the desired route, with a dial attached that measures, accurately, the distance travelled.
JOSEPH HARRISON'S new book of poems, Shakespeare's Horse (Waywiser
Press), contains "To C" (Volume 96, no.
collection, The Uncertainty Principle (Waywiser
Press, 2012), was chosen
Cody Walker, Shuffle and Breakdown, Waywiser
When featuring on old pieces of equipment like measuring tools and implements, they encourage further study by the enlightened, or at least they did when a Georgian Waywiser
sold at Bonhams for pounds 1,200.
Germs: A Memoir of Childhood Richard Wollheim The Waywiser
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These surveyors were armed only with a perambulator (or waywiser
as it was known to contemporaries) to measure distances and a surveyors compass or theodolite to measure changes in direction.
MORRI CREECH'S The Sleep of Reason (Waywiser
Press) contains "Age of Wonders" (Volume 97, no.
MORRI CREECH's collection Field Knowledge (Waywiser
, 2006)won the first annual Anthony Hecht Prize.
GEORGE BRADLEY'S latest book of poems, A Few of Her Secrets (Waywiser
Press, 2011), contains "Elixir" (Volume 90, no.