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Composite stone masonry generally, consists of a combination of ______ and _____ masonry.

(a) Stone and brick

(b) Stone and ashlar

(c) Ashlar and rubble

(d) Brick and rubble

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The question is from Stone Composite Masonry topic in chapter Composite Masonry of Construction & Building Materials

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Correct option is (c) Ashlar and rubble

Easy explanation: Composite stone masonry generally, consists of a combination of ashlar masonry and rubble masonry. In rubble masonry, irregular shapes of stones are used whereas in ashlar masonry, regular shaped stones are used.

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