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ENGINEERS' bridges are boring and architects' bridges fall down. It is an argument that depends on who's asked, of course. But how fitting that a joint Institution of Civil Engineers/Royal Institute of British Architects lecture, held to thaw historical antipathy between the disciplines, should be themed Bridges for the Millennium.