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- Both French & English Sennit resemble one
another in the characteristic that if the
cords being plaited are fastened or tied together
at both ends, by plaiting half way the
whole are plaited & the two half plaits meet
somewhere near the centre. The secondary
half plait is apt to be looser & longer than
the other, but with management this inequality
can be overcome. It is necessary to stop some
of the strands together (not all) in the centre, or
the two halves will undo one another.
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