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1) At the time Rogers did not perhaps imagine that technological development and experimentation with new materials could have allowed such creative freedom to completely unyoke form from function, recalibrating the philosophy of architectural design to its smallest part, or rather to the spoon as a unit of measure, so that today cities look like great tables overflowing with furnishings each unique in its own way; what is worse, though, is that one has trouble grasping what the function or necessity of any given piece might be.
Six of the eight entries for the Intermediate Race clashed in a similar contest at the last Kelso meeting and Paddys Unyoke, who finished fourth to Salveo that day, only needs to show modest improvement to end a losing run stretching back to November, 2006.