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[6] At the elbows at either end let the road-nets have slip-knots of string and the hayes metal rings,1 and let the cords2 be attached by loops.

1 The rings running down the two sides were used for joining two nets together.

2 i.e., the cords running along the top and bottom of the nets.

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