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Presidential Address The Structural Engineer in Context

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Presidential Address The Structural Engineer in Context
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I am very much aware of the honour the Institution has done me in electing me as its 63rd President. I appreciate it more than I can say and, in return, pledge my unstinted efforts on behalf of the Institution during the coming year.

A.C. Paterson

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