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Faults in Concrete Structures Discussion on Mr. P.G. Bowie's Paper

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Faults in Concrete Structures Discussion on Mr. P.G. Bowie's Paper
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The PRESIDENT, proposing the thanks of the meeting to Mr. Bowie, said it would be appreciated that in the presentation of his subject he had given information additional to that contained in the paper. The purpose of the Institutions’ meetings was to pool knowledge, and Mr. Bowie had helped in that regard in a very able manner. The hearty thanks of the Institution were due to him, not only for the information he had given, but also for the very able and interesting manner in which he had presented it.

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