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CP 110 and/or CP 114, CP 115, and CP 116 Professor Marsh’s letter published in part in February, has attracted a response from Mr Allan Hodgkinson: If Cedric Marsh was horrified to see the CPCP advert in The Structural Engineer, I am equally horrified to see his comment. Can anyone really believe that he knows the ‘true’ strength of a structure and the ‘true’ loads carried? Nothing short of a full-scale test would decide the former and I can think of nothing more than the dead weight of a liquid as satisfying the latter. Verulam