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[*] 634. Participle in predicative position. The predicative position is the most common position of the participle. Instances of this position in which the participle is the equivalent of an adjective, have been cited under the preceding sections. Other examples will be given later under the head of Predicative Attribution, the Participle, the Compound Sentence, and the Abridged Sentence. For the predicative position of the attributive participle, see 622 and 623.
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