Official Report on Action Taken by the Reinforced Concrete Joint Committee in Connection with the L.
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Official Report on Action Taken by the Reinforced Concrete Joint Committee in Connection with the L.

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Official Report on Action Taken by the Reinforced Concrete Joint Committee in Connection with the L.
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The Reinforced Concrete Joint Committee, having obtained the authority of the four Institutions to petition against the L.C.C. (General Powers) Bill, 1926, a Petition was lodged in the House of Lords and was heard early in June before a Standing Committee of that House.

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