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Dr. OSCAR FABER, commenting on his criticisms in the paper of concrete floors, said that they were by no means intended to be a general condemnation of concrete floors; they had reference only to the use of reinforced concrete for certain specific purposes. He disclaimed any intention to condemn concrete floors generally.

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