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RE: More "furrin code" stuff

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Another good point:

Would you not agree that, at least on the face of it, the United States is
by far the most litigious nation in the world? And that "hot water" here
means, pretty much, being blamed for being anywhere NEAR a disaster which
you might possibly be held accountable?

Well, then, is it no wonder that our design codes seem a bit
"anachronistic", when anachronism is another way of saying "very
conservative"?

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Subject: Re: More "furrin code" stuff


> From: Peter Higgins <JillHiggins(--nospam--at)compuserve.com>

the differences caused by code and standard variations you can arrive at
values that can get you into boiling water in court.