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ii in the same way & so that it also
lies across & in front of i. Now cross
the parts of the other foxes in the
same manner, but observe that each
part brought forward is to cross only the
other part of the fox to which it be-
longs & one other part only. Hence 3
will cross iii & ii but will be under i;
4 will cross iv & iii but be under ii & i;
and however many foxes there are the
parts of them brought forward will
cross two parts only & be under all the
rest. See fig 4.
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