|Product Name||Brannigan's Building Construction For The Fire Service Student Workbook|
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|Long Description||This Resource Is Designed To Encourage Critical Thinking And Aid Comprehension Of The Course Material Through: Case Studies And Corresponding Questions Figure Labeling Exercises Matching, Fill-In-The-Blank, Short Answer, And Multiple-Choice Questions|
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