Tiffany lam
blown clear of snow Here those pronghorn wait out the frozen months, feeding mainly on sagebrush blown clear of snow. these pronghore are notable for the invariance of their migration route and the severity of its constriction at three bottlenecks. q: what is the meaning of blown clear of? there's only one predicate in one sentence right? feed, bown, clear. too many honestly.
Sep 19, 2018 8:46 AM
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... sagebrush (that is) blown clear of snow It's a reduced relative clause relating to the object of the main clause (sagebrush). The sagebrush is accessible to the pronghorn because the wind has blown the snow off it.
September 19, 2018
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