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What are the subjects of this paragrah? In the middle of Germany is the Harz mountain range. The tallest mountain range is called the Brocken. The trees that cover the sides of the Brocken are thick
and tall, and many lean against each other. On windy nights, the tress creak and groan. Because of the eerie sounds, the mountain is thought to be haunted by a witch. This witch controls the animals and terrifies the local people. One night each year, her sprit is said to rise. Locals and tourists gather around bonfires and drink the so-called witch wine. With or without the witch, the Brocken is a pretty spooky place.
The mountain range.
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User: What are the subjects of this paragrah? In the middle of Germany is the Harz mountain range. The tallest mountain range is called the Brocken. The trees that cover the sides of the Brocken are thick and tall, and many lean against each other. On windy nights, the tress creak and groan. Because of the eerie sounds, the mountain is thought to be haunted by a witch. This witch controls the animals and terrifies the local people. One night each year, her sprit is said to rise. Locals and tourists gather around bonfires and drink the so-called witch wine. With or without the witch, the Brocken is a pretty spooky place.

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User: What are all the subjects in this paragrah? In the middle of Germany is the Harz mountain range. The tallest mountain range is called the Brocken. The trees that cover the sides of the Brocken are thick and tall, and many lean against each other. On windy nights, the tress creak and groan. Because of the eerie sounds, the mountain is thought to be haunted by a witch. This witch controls the animals and terrifies the local people. One night each year, her sprit is said to rise. Locals and tourists gather around bonfires and drink the so-called witch wine. With or without the witch, the Brocken is a pretty spooky place.

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