Visitors to the beautiful gardens at Hampton Court Palace near London are often impressed by the maze, a labyrinth of passages formed by high, dense shrubbery planted in the seventeenth century. People entering the maze soon find themselves lost, but a uniformed attendant is present to answer calls of distress with the simple direction to place one's right hand on the hedge and follow it all the way.
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