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Regulations and Specifications for Welded Steelwork. Discussion on Mr. E. P. S. Gardner's Paper.


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Regulations and Specifications for Welded Steelwork. Discussion on Mr. E. P. S. Gardner's Paper.
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The CHAIRMAN expressed regret that, Sir Alexander Gibb, G.B.E., C.B., F.R.S., President of the Institute of Welding, and MR. A. Ramsay Moon, Secretary of the Institute, were unable to be present owing to illness.

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