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Soil Stabilization Employing Surface and Depth Vibrators. Discussion on the paper by S. Thorburn CEn

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Soil Stabilization Employing Surface and Depth Vibrators. Discussion on the paper by S. Thorburn CEn
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Dr. D. A. Greenwood: ‘I should like to say how much I appreciate this paper by Mr. horburn-who is a former competitor of mine-and Mr. Macvicar. It is very interesting and informative. They have clearly a very impressive record of completed structures behind them, as is evident by the slides which they have shown, indicating many different buildings.‘

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