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  1. Newbie
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    Smile help with sentence

    explain this sentence:
    either an arch or a cantilever bridge would meet the requirements.


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    Re: help with sentence

    Without full context but extrapolating, the suggestion is that either a single arched-bridge or a cantilevred bridge will be suitable to go across the space to be bridged.

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    Smile Re: help with sentence

    understood, thank you

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