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close this bookUtilization and Construction of Pit Silos (Peace Corps; 1976; 41 pages)
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Utilization and Construction of Pit Silos

APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT

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REPRINT R-15A

JUNE 1976
MARCH 1977
SEPTEMBER 1982

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