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Three-hooped: “the t. pot shall have ten hoops,” H6B IV, 2, 72. Douce: the old drinking-pots, being of wood, were bound together, as barrels are, with hoops; whence they were called hoops. Cade promises that every can which now had three hoops shall be increased in size so as to require ten.
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