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Views:

12580

Created:

04.05.2017

Uploaded:

14.03.2018

Author:

Artur Dorian Schmidt

Location:

http://tvn24.pl

Description:

In Polish language there is a distinction between structural cracks piercing a wall to the other side (pol. pęknięcie) and non-structural cracks visible only from one side (pol. rysa). Regardless of what questioned specialist said, reporter knows better and places it into the caption. Also, a wall is neither single column nor ceiling. Keep that in mind - the world depicted by media is not always real and objective.

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