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knot it, & other manifold forms,
have this advantage: when
rope is used the first half knot
remains tight while the second
is being tied.
[Caption: 7 ]
Note The knot
in fig 7. looks
at first sight
like a twofold
reef knot. On examination it will
be found to be on three cords. ^of which two are linked & twisted. There
is such a 3- cord knot for every
reef knot however manifold. That
corresponding to the ordinary over-
hand reef knot is as shown in
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