National Times – She sat on an old wangle and rusted chair. Five nails had popped out of the wooden chair. Beaten by rain from the previous two weeks, and exposed to air, like all metals when exposed to air and water, the long frail nails used to cramp the roughed-sawed legs of the chairs had been gripped by rust.
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