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Re: Complex Sentences

From: Steven Boozer <>
>: [Hoch loD] is not [all of the man], its [every man]
>: [loD naQ] would be [all of the man], (as opposed to just his arm)
>{loD naQ} "the whole man, the entire man"

Let's clarify this a little.  {naQ} is being used as an adjective to
describe the noun, {loD}.  This is a noun phrase, meaning "the man who is
whole."  His wholeness is not the concept of the noun, the man is the
concept of the noun.

Stardate 99116.2

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