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Resembling, or in the form of, a spider web.

The most striking physical properties of spider silk are its strength and elasticity. It has been found that a thread .01 centimetre in diameter will support a weight of 80 grammes before breaking, and will stretch by over twenty per cent of its original length.

—Keith C. McKeown; Spider Wonders of Australia;
Halstead Printing; Sydney, Australia; 1936; page 218.
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