Centipede Mirka consists of a head and several articles. Each pair has one pair of legs. When it got cold, she decided to get dressed. Therefore, she put on a sock on her left foot in the third article from the end and then on every other third article. Similarly, she put on a sock on her right foot in the fifth article from the end and then on every other fifth article. Then she found that both legs remained bare on 14 articles. Find out how many legs Mirka could have had, certainly all the options.
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