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Why do you need 10 posts to include a link?

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Smile Why do you need 10 posts to include a link?

there are 10 posts in a link

100 links in a chain

10 chains in a furlong

8 furlongs in a mile
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there are 10 posts in a link

100 links in a chain

10 chains in a furlong

8 furlongs in a mile
Or maybe 10 posts in a link

100 links in a chain

used to secure the door.


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