reinforced concrete

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Synonyms for reinforced concrete

concrete with metal and/or mesh added to provide extra support against stresses

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The signal mounted on top of the 80 ft ferro-concrete tower had an unrestricted view covering the whole of Liverpool Bay and up river as far as the Princes Landing Stage.
A ferro-concrete bunker overlooking the Rideau Canal in downtown Ottawa, National Defence Headquarters, the Maj.
The dome is believed to be one of the first in Britain to be constructed using the new ferro-concrete.
Today, a new ferro-concrete reproduction that houses cafe's and a rail museum is dwarfed by the curved, 43-story Shiodome City Center, an emerald-green office tower developed by Mitsui Fudosan Co.
A Trap for Judges, 1910, and Tango with Cows: Ferro-Concrete Poems, 1914, two letter-press-on-wallpaper collaborations by the Gileia group, violently announce the arrival of something new; titles like Pomade, Half-Alive, and Transrational Boog suggest the graphic shock of the nonsense poetry and jagged, urgent drawings found within.