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* [[British Association]], (No.III.), Equipment of a Modern Portland Cement Plant, by [[G. V. Maxted]], p 331.
 
* [[British Association]], (No.III.), Equipment of a Modern Portland Cement Plant, by [[G. V. Maxted]], p 331.
** Resistance to Fire of Concrete, by Professor [[F. C. Lea]] and [[Reginald Stradling|R. E. Stradling]].
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** Resistance to Fire of Concrete, by [[Frederick Charles Lea|Professor F. C. Lea]] and [[Reginald Stradling|R. E. Stradling]].
 
** Professor [[T. P. Nunn]].
 
** Professor [[T. P. Nunn]].
 
* British Patent Specifications, p 341.
 
* British Patent Specifications, p 341.

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  • Contents, p 329.

Main Subjects

  • French Engineering Notes, p 341.
  • Indian Engineering Notes, p 326.
  • Provincial Letters, p 337.
  • Road Works to Assist Unemployment, p 322.
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, (No. III.), p 330.
  • Seven Day Journal, Sewage Extensions at Sheffield, The New Cowlyd Dam and other Topics, p 323.

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