ACCESSIBLE

, something that may be approached, or to which we can come. In Surveying, it is such a place as will admit of having a distance or length of ground measured from it; or such a height or depth as can be measured by actually applying a proper instrument to it. For the means of doing which, see ALTIMETRY, Longimetry, or Heights-and-Distances.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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ACADEMIST
ACADEMY
ACANTHUS
ACCELERATED Motion
ACCELERATIVE Force
* ACCESSIBLE
ACCIDENS
ACCIDENTAL
ACCLIVITY
ACCOMPANYMENT
ACCORD