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We made up a new kind of shape and made up a name for it: hexaright. Here's the definition: A hexaright is a hexagon in which each pair of adjacent sides is perpendicular.
Here are some examples of hexarights:
This is not a hexaright because not all pairs of adjacent sides are perpendicular.
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