100% silk twill scarf (90 x 90 cm)
Color: eerie black/deep violet/egytian bluet/flame/french beige
Designed by Yaw Tony
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pons asinorum - bridge of asses - Any obstacle that stupid people find hard to cross. Originally used of Euclid’s Fifth Proposition in geometry. In geometry, the statement that the angles opposite the equal sides of an isosceles triangle are themselves equal is known as the pons asinorum (Latin pronunciation: [ˈpons asiˈnoːrʊm]; English: /ˈpɒnz ˌæsɪˈnɔːrəm/ PONZ ass-i-NOR-əm), typically translated as "bridge of asses". This statement is Proposition 5 of Book 1 in Euclid's Elements, and is also known as the isosceles triangle theorem. Its converse is also true: if two angles of a triangle are equal, then the sides opposite them are also equal. The name of this statement is also used metaphorically for a problem or challenge which will separate the sure of mind from the simple, the fleet thinker from the slow, the determined from the dallier, to represent a critical test of ability or understanding.
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