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Notes on a Failure Due to Subsidence Under Tidal Pressures

It is an old saying that we learn more by our failures than from our successes, but, unfortunately, in this country engineers are prone to hide their failures, rather than to publish them so that their brethren may benefit. H.J. Deane

Author(s): Deane, H J

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