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as to prevent it slipping down on
the wrists. (The position is ^much the same as that
used by one holding a skein of
wool for another to wind.) Next
M loops the string round each palm
as in fig 2., the left hand at Z,
right hand at r, & this done, the
hands resume their first position.
Next M advances [his altered to her] right hand
towards her left palm, slips her
2nd right hand finger under the
string at a, and withdraws her
right hand again. The form of
the string is now as in fig 3.
The same thing is now done with
the left hand, and A (p 82), the
first figure, results. ^This, B & C are drawn as seen by the holders [Deleted: (p 86)] All these
preliminary motions are performed
in a couple of seconds.
M holds A out, finger tips
still pointing upwards. ^(p 86.) N, [she?] takes
off, stands nearly facing M, but a
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