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it more effective, the ends a & b
might be knotted to form a closed
string. Or a lage knob or ring,
too big to pass through the loop might
be fixed at a. (A closed string can
be wound on the thumb just as easily
as an open-end one.)
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(13.) Wrist freed.
With string as No 1. p. 40., double
it, and with the doubled loop put
a lark's head on the L. wrist (fig. 1.)
As*. With R.H. grasp the
in the figure
4 strings at a ^ in fig 1 & free the wrist.
[It is odd that this should be considered a trick at all, but
perhaps it can be "dressed up" a
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* The stages of making the lark's head
as described in "Man" are illustrated in
figs 3, 4, & 5, where the string is supposed to be double.
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