Set III, 9b

1. Clausal expansions:

Pattern A: Alfred the Great, who was the most famous king of the West Saxons, reigned in the second half of the ninth century.

1. Joe Morgan is named.

2. He plays second base for the Reds.

3. His naming is usual.

4. The naming is to the Team.

5. The team is the All-Stars.

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1. The kung survive.

2. They live in the Desert.

3. The Desert is the Kalahari.

4. The Kalahari is harsh.

5. It is unyielding.

6. Their survival is by joining groups.

7. The groups are for protection.

8. The groups are for shelter.

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1. Nicholas Reynolds has discovered the remains.

2. He is an archaeologist working in Scotland.

3. The remains are of the structure.

4. The structure is the oldest one yet found.

5. The finding was in the British Isles.

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Pattern A1: The large folding screens, which once decorated the house in Kyoto and Edo, give the most complete visual account of everyday life in old Japan that has come down to us.

1. Horse Creek flows.

2. Horse Creek is a stream.

3. The stream is small.

4. It is unnavigable.

5. It is 25 miles long.

6. It is the Cascades.

7. They are the Orgeon Cascades.

8. The flowing is through the mountains.

9. The mountains are timbered.

10. The timber is dense.

11. The mountains are protected.

12. The protection is from loggers.

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1. The beer was provided.

2. The beer was frosty.

3. The beer had been lovingly protected.

4. The protection was from the sun.

5. The sun was hot.

6. The providing was for a reward.

7. The reward was instant.

8. The reward was for the members.

9. The members were of a group.

10. The group was a hiking group.

11. The group had finally arrived.

12. The arrival was at the campsite.

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1. The house had a stairway.

2. It was a traditional house.

3. The house was simple.

4. The house was infinitely appealing.

5. The stairway was open.

6. The stairway was a symbol.

7. The symbol was one of welcome.

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Pattern A2: The man whom we feared made us an offer that we couldn't refuse.

1. The chef created a menu.

2. We hoped to emulate the chef.

3. The menu was innovative.

4. The innovation was from the beginning to end.

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1. The crowds heard a speaker.

2. They were fortunate crowds.

3. Martin Luther King addresses the crowds.

4. The speaker was one that they won't forget.

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1. The umpire gave them a warning.

2. The players taunted the umpire.

3. The warning was stern.

4. The warning silenced them.

5. It did this immediately.

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