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The problems of interaction between manmade structures and the ground which nature provides to support them are always with us; we were glad that the Institution's Symposium in May to launch its excellent state-of-the-art report was so well attended. Discussion was lively and interesting; Sam Thorburn and his committee are to be commended for producing a stimulating and useful study. Verulam

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