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    #1

    having three legs.

    It is an old wooden table, having three legs.

    Is above sentence grammatical? I am not sure about "having three legs". Is there any structure with "having" for this sentence?

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    Re: having three legs.

    Having only three legs, the old wooden table kept falling over.

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