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Notes Glossary
1. Three arrows, says Roberts, are in archery called a pair, on account of the liability of one to break; especially if arrows of unequal weight are shot with equal power of loose. Hence the shooter, though one be broken, lost, or injured will have two (the number used at one time) left of equal weight.