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English: By joining the single arrows together and the double arrows together, we get a torus with seven mutually touching regions.
Español: Por juntar las dos flechas solas, y juntar las dos flechas dobles, se crea un toro con siete regiones, que cada una de las cuales toca a cada otra.
Date 3 August 2006 (original upload date)
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