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§27-699 Pile Materials
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§27-699 Foundations, Pile Materials
The provisions of sections 27-580 and 27-588 of article one of subchapter ten of this chapter relating to "classification of materials, assemblies ...
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1808.2.17 Soils and Foundations, Protection of Pile Materials
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