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22. EVIDENCE OF UPWARD VERTICAL MOVEMENT. Although very difficult to detect the evidence is based on careful observation and is: (a) The south-west corner post foundations of buildings, though exposed to alternate drying and wetting during the rains, are often higher than those to the east or even those inside the building, and this is supported by the type of cracks found. F.L.D. Wooltorton

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