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Rav Friedlander was Machshir this one for me (and much worse too). He showed me, too, how to look at such shailos:a) as a rule, a slant counts as a curveb) a corner can only be counted as a zovis if it is full, and c) it helps many times to turn the klaf on its side so the straightness of the line will direct you against optical illusions, which often occur in this type of shailo.
sorry, I forgot to say, of course, he said you must shapen it up and you should not leave it like that
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