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Amateurs or Professionals? A Discussion on Overseas Work and the Chartered Structural Engineer

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Amateurs or Professionals? A Discussion on Overseas Work and the Chartered Structural Engineer
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As is customary at the first Ordinary Meeting ofthe New Year, the meeting at the Institution at 6 o’clock on Thursday 9 January 1969 will take the form of an open discussion.

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