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  1. [surveying] An accurately surveyed line from which other lines or the angles between them are measured.
  2. [surveying] In a U.S. land survey system, a line passing east and west through the origin, used to establish township, section, and quarter-section corners. Media\baseline.gif
  3. [GPS] In GPS, the physical distance between a base station and a rover.

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