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The duties and responsibilities associated with Building Regulations continue to stimulate what is, we are sure, a most useful and interesting discussion. Mr. F. D. Entwisle added to his succinct contribution (October 75) a further commentary stimulated by the observation of Mr. R. E. Musson and ourselves: I would like to comment on Mr. R. E. Musson's contribution and the last paragraph of your observations (October 75). Verulam

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