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Fascinating. Reminds me of the concept of "playworthiness" of toys. For example, a figurine of, say, Batman holding some gadget in his hand can be only "Batman holing some gadget" - i.e., limited playworthiness. ON the other hand, a couple of sticks tied together can be Batman, or any body, or an airplane, or a gadget etc., i.e., high playworthiness.
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