In the present age, mankind is witnessing the culmination of many great achievements. Mammoth bridges of lengthy span stretch across waters unbridged before; towering skyscrapers rise hundreds of feet above street level; gigantic dams, arresting the flow of mighty rivers, impound in man-made lakes, larger than ever before constructed, vast quantities of water which will eventually help to make fertile millions of acres of hitherto unproductive land.
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