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Open Discussion on Learn to Live Without CP 114 by D.D. Matthews

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Open Discussion on Learn to Live Without CP 114 by D.D. Matthews
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Mr E. W. Bunn (F) (GLC): I am convinced that a great many of us-certainly those approaching my age-have lived without CP 114 for a long while. Certainly, before 1948 we had to live without CP 114 because it did not even exist. In those days, most of us had a ‘little black book’ with all our notes from college, evening classes, office practice and so forth, with pull-out charts and tables with moment factors, lever-arm factors and all the rest of the design aids.

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