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Damon Barnett Exercise #7 2/12/2208 A toy-maker made a toy wife and a toy child. [Article] + [noun] + [verb] + [article] + [adjective] + [noun] + [conj] + [article] + [adj] + [noun] He made a toy house and some toy years. [pronoun] + [verb] + [article] + [adj] + [conj] + [adj] + [adj] + [noun] He made a getting-old toy, and he made a dying toy. [pronoun] + [verb] + [article] + [adj] + [noun] + [conj] + [pronoun] + [verb] + [article] + [adj] + [noun]. The toy maker made a toy heaven and a toy god.
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Unformatted text preview: [article] + [noun] + [verb] + [article] + [adj] + [noun] + [conj] + [article] + [adj] + [noun] But, best of all, he liked making toy shit. [conj] + [adj] + [prep] + [noun] + [pronoun] + [trans. Verb] + [verb] + [adj] + [noun] The man ran the whole time, but the man fell. He ran the long and many hard miles. He ran a hard race, but he was the last tired finisher. The man ran a difficult race and a bad race. So tired from fatigue, he enjoyed finishing the race....
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 283 taught by Professor Christiansen during the Winter '08 term at University of Washington.

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