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A partial linear space is a pair $(P,L)$ consisting of a set $P$ of points and a set $L$ of lines such that

every line contains at least two points, and

any two distinct points are on at most one line.
If, in addition, any two distinct points are on at least one line, then $(P,L)$ is called a linear space.
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