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PREDICATE.

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continued to gaze, and ob-
served presently
cannot tell in - what -way-the-
thing - happened),- that-a-rent-
seemed-to-come-in-your-friend's -
body,-and-by-degrees-gradually,-
after - many - struggles,- there -
emerged-from-it-on

-one-of-thoseradiant - creatures - I - spoke - toyou - about,-who- float-throughthe-air- and - dazzle - the - eyes of-all-who-catch-glimpses-ofthem :-a-glorious - dragon-fly! can scarcely tell how - long-thestrange - process - continued. incline to the belief that -whatI - bave accounts - for your - otherwise - unreasonable curiosity,- your - tiresome - craving - for- information-about-theworld - beyond - your - own.

Remember that - your - distrust - cannot - injure - me,- but may-deprive-you-of-a-comfort. really think, then, that - the glorious - creature - you - describe

I

seen

You

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SUBSTANTIVAL CLAUSES IN SUBJECT AND

PREDICATE.
SUBJECT.

'T is safer to-be - that - which - we - destroy Than by- destruction - dwell - in

doubtful-joy.

PREDICATE.

Better

be - with - the - dead,Whom-we-to-gain-our-peace

have - sent - to - peace,

Than on - the - torture - of - the

mind - to - lie -
In - restless - ecstasy.

Your castle is surprised; your

wife and babes Savagely slaughtered; to - re

late - the - manner

Were, on-the- -quarry-of-these

murdered - deer
To - add - the - death-of - you.

PREDICATE.

ADJECTIVAL CLAUSES.

SUBJECT.
All the land (1) in - flowery -

squares
(2) Beneath - a - broad - and -
equal - blowing - wind

Smelt of the coming summer.

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sea.

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