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We think it possible that some members who were on holiday when the July issue arrived may have set it on one side for future scrutiny and so have missed the letter from Mr. A. C. Clarke (F) about welded fabric reinforcement. We feel justified in repeating our request for information from those members who have first hand knowledge and ask those who may not have read it to do so now. Verulam

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