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The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills. What is the subordinate clause?
The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills. Subordinate clause: which was to be delivered in unmarked bills.
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User: The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills. What is the subordinate clause?

Weegy: There is no subordinate clause in this! Sorry!
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The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills.
Subordinate clause: which was to be delivered in unmarked bills.
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