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Links for torsion and for shear Mr. L. Wadsworth has followed the correspondence on the form of links for resisting torsion recorntnended in CP 110, which he questioned in his letter published in July last year. He writes: The two attempts to explain the inconsistency in CP 110 regarding the demand, when torsion is being resisted for type 74 links rather than type 60 (Mr Cronin, February 1983, and Dr. Swann, May 1983) are singularly unconvincing. Verulam