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Compound of twenty tetrahemihexahedra

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  1. This uniform polyhedron compound is a symmetric arrangement of 20 tetrahemihexahedra

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  2. chiral with icosahedral symmetry (I)

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  3. shares its edge arrangement with the great dirhombicosidodecahedron and the compound of 20 octahedra

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  4. John Skilling notes, in his enumeration of uniform compounds of uniform polyhedra, that this compound of 20 tetrahemihexahedra is unique in that it cannot be obtained by "adding symmetry to a group in which the basic polyhedron is uniform"

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  5. Each tetrahemihexahedron in this compound is embedded with symmetry group C3, which does not act transitively over the tetrahemihexahedron's six vertices

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