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Modern timber joints a compendium of the papers and summaries of discussions at the International Symposium on Timber Joints organised by the Timber Research and Development Association on behalf of Commission W.18 (Timber Structures) of the International Council for Building Research Studies and Documentation (CIB), and held at Imperial College, London on 30thMarch and 1st April, 1965. by

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Published by T.R.A.D.A. in High Wycombe .
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ContributionsTimber Research and Development Association., International Council for Building Research Studies and Documentation. Commission W.18 (Timber Structures)., International Symposium on Timber Joints (1965 : London)
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