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Any of various surveying instruments for measuring angles of elevation, slope, or incline, as of an embankment. Also called inclinometer.

cli′no·met′ric (-nə-mĕt′rĭk), cli′no·met′ri·cal adj.
cli·nom′e·try n.
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Reliable clinometric properties for the Melbourne Group Score (MGS) are beginning to be demonstrated when compared to other PPC diagnostic tools (Agostini et al 2011).
Long-term clinometric observations carried out with quartz horizontal pendulums provided numerous examples of rapid events of pendulums' equilibrium changes which lasted several days (Fig.
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