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Identify the appositive phrase. The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material.
The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material. Appositive phrase: the giant water reed.
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User: Identify the appositive phrase. The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material.

Weegy: The appositive phrase in the sentence, is... the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material.
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The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material.
Appositive phrase: the giant water reed.

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