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Identify the complete adjective clause. She went to the department where complaints are handled. She went She went to the department to the department to the department where complaints to the
department where complaints are handled where complaints are handled complaints are handled are handled
"where complaints are handled" is the complete adjective clause, modifying the noun "department".
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User: Identify the complete adjective clause. She went to the department where complaints are handled. She went She went to the department to the department to the department where complaints to the department where complaints are handled where complaints are handled complaints are handled are handled

Weegy: "where complaints are handled" is the complete adjective clause, modifying the noun "department".
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