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" ... concrete proceeds. Within the casing and firmly tamped against it, there should be placed fine concrete to a. thickness of about six inches. This will form a shell for the abutment, inside of which large stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion order,... "
Annual Report of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors - Page 190
by Association of Ontario Land Surveyors - 1900
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Hints to Horse-keepers, a Complete Manual for Horsemen ...: And Chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...chambered, — that is, it should be wide over the withers, and free from stuffing at this point, and there should be a space of at least two inches between the pads of either side to leave a free space over the horse's spine, from one end of the saddle to the...
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Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing how to ...

Horses - 1865 - 425 pages
...chambered, — that is, it should be wide over the withers, and free from stuffing at this point, and there should be a space of. at least two inches between the pads of either side to leave a free space over the horse's spine, from one end of the saddle to the...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 6

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1902
...This will form a shell for the abutment, inside of which large stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion order, ends up. There should be a space of at least...concrete, and all firmly rammed. The outer shell of fine concret^ should always be kept built up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 37, Part 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1905
...form a shell for the abutment, inside of which large stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion ordei', ends up. There should be a space of at least two inches...firmly rammed. The outer shell of fine concrete should al^ajs Le kept Luilt up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work,. The rubble should be laid...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1906
...form a shell for the abutment, inside of which large one-man stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion order, ends up. There should be a space of at least...up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble should be laid in layers, and each layer well flushed with a layer o* fine concrete. >ature...
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Biennial Report of the State Highway Commissioner, Volume 2

Michigan. State Highway Dept - Roads - 1909
...This will form a shell for the abutment, inside of which large stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion order, ends up. There should be a space of at least...up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble should be laid in layers and each layer well flushed with a layer of fine concrete. The...
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