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Rigid Frame Analysis By John Mason, B.A. Contribution to the Discussion by J.L. Matheson

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Rigid Frame Analysis By John Mason, B.A. Contribution to the Discussion by J.L. Matheson
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MAY I first draw attention to three misprints in Mr. Mason’s paper, of which only the first leads to any serious misunderstanding. J.L. Matheson

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