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Reinforced Concrete Grain Silos Discussion on Mr. Gueritte's Paper

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MAJOR DU PLAT TAYLOR (President., British Section, Sociee des Ingenieurs Civils de France), before proposing a vote of thanks to Mr. Gueritte, said that it was a great pleasure to the members of the British Section to come and join in the meeting of the Institution, and he hoped this system of exchange might long continue. It was a great pleasure to him also to propose a vote of thanks to his old friend, Mr. Gueritte, for a very interesting paper, on which he would like to make one or two remarks.

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